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SECOND SUPPLEMENT 

TO THE 

GENERAL REGISTER 

OF THE 

SOCIETY OF 
COLONIAL WARS 

A. D. ion 



PUBLISHED BY DIRECTION OF 
THE GENERAL COUNCIL 



NEW YORK 
1911 



This volume is published in accordance with a resolution of 
the General Council of the Society, adopted at its meeting in 
Portland, Me., June loth, 1910, which provided that during the 
year 191 1, a second supplement to the General Register of 1899- 
1902 be published under the authority of the Secretary-General 
giving the names of those who have joined the Society or have 
filed supplemental lines since the first Supplement to this Gen- 
eral-Register was issued in July, 1906, together with the accom- 
panying genealogical data. The Secretary-General during the 
autumn of that year issued a circular to the officers of the 
State Societies calling attention to the coming publication of 
the Second Supplement, requesting that preliminary data be 
forwarded to him and fixing the date as of which the volume 
would appear as February 2nd, 191 1. 

During the Spring of 191 1 it became evident that on account 
of lack of interest in the publication displayed by some of the 
State Secretaries it would be inexpedient to publish the Sup- 
plement as of February 2nd, so the date was moved forward 
to July 1st, and a notice to that effect was issued. As the 
summer months progressed, it became evident that the only 
way to obtain reports from the delinquent State Societies was 
by an active letter campaign, which was inaugurated, and after 
considerable efforts the last data was submitted about the 
middle of November, 191 1. As many corrections were found 
necessary in it the volume did not actually go to the printer 
until late in February, 1912. 

The loose way in which the records of some of the State 
Societies had been kept became plainly evident when the data 
was submitted. Many of the dates, names, etc., as submitted 
in this data conflicted with those appearing in previous publica- 
tions of the General Society. This state of facts forced the 
adoption of the rule that where the data submitted by a State 
Society conflicted with any information previously published, 
the old name or date would be retained and the new date dis- 
regarded unless it could be shown by quoting authorities that 
the data as heretofore published was incorrect. Between five 






and six hundred cases of this sort were returned to the State 
Secretaries for correction. In many cases the Secretaries in re- 
turning the same quoted no authority, but merely reiterated the 
statement that he knew the data as iirst submitted by him was 
correct. In order that no surprise might arise when this Sup- 
plement is distributed, a further notice was issued to the State 
Secretaries calling their attention to the strict enforcement of 
the rule and giving them an opportunity to recall any data for 
further correction if they had any doubts about having brought 
themselves within its requirements. It was found impossible 
to return the papers a second time unless specifically called 
for. 

All this data in regard to the disputed cases was returned 
upon specially prepared blanks of uniform size, and it is the 
intention of the Secretary-General to have these original blanks 
bound and deposited with the Registrar-General for further 
reference. Furthermore, in regard to the dates, names, etc., 
that had not appeared in any previous publication, the same 
are printed in this volume as received. No attempt was made 
to verify their correctness, as the expense attending such 
verification would have added a prohibitive cost to this volume. 
The Secretary-General leaves this to the Editors of the sub- 
sequent publications of the Society to change the same when 
next it appears if it is found to be incorrect. 

In addition to the above appears a list of the officers of the 
State Societies on July i, 1911, and a necrology since the pub- 
lication of the First Supplement. 

Following the First Supplement an alphabetical list of all 
members of the Society on July i, 1911, is inserted. It was 
thought best not to publish a Corrigenda. 

It was thought desirable not to have inserted the Seals of 
any of the State Societies that had been published before, so 
those that appear in this volume do so for the first time. The 
Secretary-General takes this opportunity to thank the officers 
of the several State Societies that have assisted him in obtain- 
ing copies of the illustrations that appear and which ought to 
add much to the value and attractiveness of the Supplement. 

The Secretary-General has departed from the usual custom 



of printing under the head of the General Society the usual 
matter appearing in former publications by adding to it a list 
of the former General Officers, together with the dates of their 
terms of office, a brief record of the origin of the General 
Society, with a list of the delegates and alternates to the First 
General Assembly, and a chronicle of its doings from that 
time. The Secretary-General has labored earnestly to verify 
each date, but if errors have crept in he would be much obliged 
if notice of the same be given to him in order that they may be 
corrected on his books. He thought it was important that this 
information be preserved in printed form, particularly as he 
found the General Society's records in many instances in- 
complete and had to supply the omissions from outside sources, 
which information would have been harder to obtain as time 
goes on. 

As much of the data was submitted so long after July i, 
191 1, and a long time consumed in returning the same for cor- 
rection, the proof received from the printer was not returned 
to the several State Societies for correction but was corrected 
from the data as finally submitted. The responsibility for the 
correctness of the data rests with the State Secretaries or 
Registrars and the comparison of the same with the printer's 
proof with the Secretary-General. 

To those Secretaries and Registrars who promptly sent in 
the data of their States and who have cheerfully aided in the 
corrections of any errors in previous publications of the Gen- 
eral Society, the Secretary-General returns his hearty thanks. 

He also wishes to acknowledge the faithful services of Mr. 
Ferdinand M. AlacDougal, the Librarian of the New York 
Society, for the aid given by him in the preparation of this 
volume. 

Cl.'iRence Storm, 

Secretary-General. 



CONTENTS. 



Officers of the General SociETi- a 

Officers and Delegates present at the Fifth General Assembly 6 

Origin of the General Society 15 

Chronicle 17 

Constitution of the General Society 20 

In Memoriam, Arthur J. C. Sowdon, Governor General, 1905- 

19" 35 

New York Society 39 

Pennsylvania Society 85 

Maryxand Society 93 

Massachusetts Society 100 

Connecticut Society 130 

District of Columbia Society 139 

New Jersey Society 145 

Virginia Society- 153 

New Hampshire SociETi' 155 

Vermont Society 160 

Illinois Society 165 

Missouri Societi- 172 

Ohio Society' i8i 

Nebraska Society 1S5 

Minnesota Society 187 

Kentucky Society 193 

California Society 196 

Colorado Society 204 

Iowa Society 207 

Georgia Society 209 

Michigan Society 211 

Wisconsin Society 214 

Delaware Society- 216 

Rhode Island Society 221 

Washington Society 226 

Maine Society 22S 

Indiana Societi- 232 

Alphabetical List of the Members of the General Society, 

July i, 1911 235 

Index of Ancestors with Services and Descendants 311 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Portrait of Arthur J. C. Sovvtjon Frontispiece 

Seal of the General Society Facing page 23 

Insignia of the Society ■' " 30 

LouisBOURG Monument " " 32 

LouisBOURG Medal " " 34. 

New York Ciri', 1740 " "' 48 

Tablet, Wall Street, New York City " " 64 

Tablet, Crown Point, Lake Champlain '• " 80 

Memorial of the Swedish Settlements on the Dela- 
ware IN Philadelphia " '■ 86 

Memorial of the Dutch Settlements on the Dela- 
ware IN Philadelphia " " 88 

Calvert Statue, Baltimore, Md " " 94 

Seal of Maryland Society " " 96 

Charter Oak Memorial, Hartford, Conn " " 132 

NiNiAN Beall Boulder " " 138 

Braddock Boulder " " 140 

Portrait of Frederic W. Huidekoper " "142 

Tankard and Chalices, Hyaatsville Presb\terian 

Church, Md " " 144 

Portrait of Gilbert Thompson " " 144 

Tablet on site First Court House, Somerset County. " " 153 

Plan of Fort Saint Frederic " " i6o 

Room of Vermont State Society " " 162 

Seal of Missouri Society " '• 176 

Seal of Iowa Societt " ' 208 

South Porch Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, Dela- 
ware " ' 216 

Sir William Pepperrell '■ " 228 

Seal of Indiana Society '• " 234 



THE 

GENERAL SOCIETY. 



OFFICERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY OF 

COLONIAL WARS. 

1911. 

Governor-General. 

Arthur J. C. Sowdon, 

Died June 3, 191 1. 

Vice-Governor-General. 

Rowland Pell, 
7 Pine Street, New York. 

Secretary-General. 

Clarence Storm, 

45 \\'illiam Street, New York. 

Deputy Secretary-General. 
Henry Gansevoort Sanford, 

45 William Street. New York. 

Treasurer-General. 

William Macpherson Hornor. 

Room 5, 430 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Deputy Treasu.rer-General. 

Francis Howard Williams, 

1300 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Registrar-General. 
George Norbury iMackenzie, 
1808 Park Avenue, Baltimore, ]\Id. 

Historian-General. 
T. J. Oakley Rhinelander, 
45 William Street, New York. 



Chaplain-General . 

Rt. Rev. Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, D.D., LL.D. 

74 Vandeventer Place, St. Louis, Mo. 

Surgeon-General. 

Justin E. Emerson, M.D. 

128 Henry Street, Detroit, Mich. 

Chancellor-General. 

Hon. Henry Stockbridge, 

Baltimore, Md. 



DEPUTY GOVERNORS-GENERAL. 

Nezv York. 
Major-General Ch.\rles F. Roe, New York City. 

Pennsylvania. 
Richard Isl. Cadwalader. Philadelphia. 

Maryland. 
J. Appleton Wilson, Baltimore. 

Massacluisetts. 
Rev. Charles L. Hutchins. D.D., Concord. 

Connecticut. 
Hon. Morris B. Beardsley, Bridgeport. 

District of Columbia. 
William Van Zandt Cox, Washington. 

Nezi' Jersey. 
John Eyerman, Easton, Pa. 

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Virginia. 
Hon. Richard T. W. Duke, Jr., 

New Hampshire. 
Prof. Charles Lathrop Parsons, 



Vermont. 



Theodore S. Peck, 



John Smith Sargent, 
Hon. John B. White, 



Illinois. 



Missouri. 



Ohio. 



Alvin M. Woolson, 

Nebraska. 
John Prentiss Lord, 

Minnesota. 
Hon. Ell Torrance, 

Kentucky. 
George T. Wood, 

California. 
Hon. Frank P. Flint, U. S. Senate, 

Colorado. 



Charlottesville. 

Durham. 

Burlington. 
Chicago. 
Kansas City. 
Toledo. 
Omaha. 
Minneapolis. 
Louisville. 
Washington, D.C. 



lozva. 
Judson Keith Deming, 

Georgia. 
John Avery Gore Carson, 

Michigan. 
Theodore H. Eaton, 

Died November 6, 1910. 

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Dubuque. 
Savannah. 



Wisconsin. 



Wyman K. Flint, 



Delazvare. 
Thomas J. Craven, 

Rhode Island. 
Prof. Wilfred H. JNIunko, 



J. Kennedy Stout, 
Fritz H. Jordan, 
William B. Wheelock 



Washington. 

Maine. 

Indiana. 



Milwaukee. 
Salem, N. T. 
Providence. 

Spokane. 
Portland. 
Indianapolis. 



GENERAL OFFICERS AND DELEGATES 

Present at the Fifth General Assembly held in 

Louisville, Kentucky, 

May 8, 1908. 

Vicc-Goz'cnwr-Ccncrcl. 
Rowland Pell. 

Secretary-General. 
Samuel V. Hoffman. 

Deputy Secretary-Gcueral. 
Clarence Storm. 

Treasurer-General. 
William ]\L\cpherson Hornor. 

Registrar-General. 
George Norbury ]\L\ckenzie. 



DEPUTY GOVERNORS-GENERAL. 

Neiv York. 
Walter Lispenard Suydam, 

Penusyh'a)iia. 
Richard McCall Cadwal.vder. 

Co)nieeticiit. 
Hon. Morris B. Beardsley. 

Michigan. 
Theodore H. Eaton. 

Rhode Island. 
George C. Nightingale. 

Maine. 

Fritz H. Jordon. 

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DELEGATES. 

New York Society. 
Major-Gen. Charles F. Roe, Henry G. Sanford, 

Frederick Dwight, Amory S. Carhart, 

Silas Wodell. - 

Pennsylvania Society. 
S. Davis Page, G. C. Gillespie, 

Edward S. Sayres, Joseph B. Godwin. 

Maryland Society. 
Sajiuel II. Sheib. 

Massachu.setts Society. 
Walter K. Watkins. 

Connecticut Society. 
Lucius A. Barbour. 

Vermont Society. 
Charles A. Converse. S. P. Jocelyn. 

Missouri Society. 
Henry Cadle. 

Ohio Society. 

Howard S. Winslow, Jackson W. Sparrow, 

Ethan O. Hurd. 

Kentucky Society. 
Joseph A. Stewart, George H. Wilson, 

George T. Wood, John B. Atkinson. 

Michigan Society. 
Edwin M. Gibson. 



Delaware Society. 

J. WiLKINS COOCH, \\^ILLARD SaULSBURY, 

Charles B. Evans. 

Rhode Island Society. 
Amory Austin, Rowland G. Hazard 

Maine Society. 
Edward C. Jones. 

Indiana Society. 
W. O. Bates, Rev. C. S. Sargent. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

May 9, 1893 — July ^' ^9^'^- 

Governor-General. 



Frederic J. de Peyster, 


1893-1905 


Arthur J. C. Sowdon, 


1905-1911 


Vice-Governor-General. 




HowLAND Pell, 


1902-1911 


Secreiary-Gcncral. 




HowLAND Pell, 


1893-1899 


Walter L. Suydam, 


I 899-1 902 


Samuel V. Hoffman, 


1902-1908 


Clarence Storm, 


1908-1911 


Deputy-Sccretary-Gcncral. 




Edward Trenchard, 


1893-1896 


Frederick E. Haight, 


1896-1899 


Howard R. Bayne, 


I 899-1 90 I 


Francis F. Spies, 


1901-1902 


Wm. Bleecker Seaman, 


1902-1905 


Guy van Amringe, 


I 905- I 908 


Clarence Storm, 


190S-1908 


Samuel V. Hoffman, 


I 908- I 909 


Henry Gansevoort Sanford, 


1909-1911 


Treasurer-General. 




Satterlee Swartwout, 


1893-1895 


Edward Shippen, 


1895-1904 


Wm. Macpherson Hornor, 


1904-1911 


Deputy Treasurer-General. 




S. Victor Constant, 


1893-1896 


Walter Chandler, 


I 896-1 899 


Seymour Morris, 


I 899- I 905 


David Lewis, 


I 905- I 907 


Francis H. Williams, 


1907-1911 



Registrar-General. 

George Norbury Mackenzie, 1893-1911 

Historian-General. 

Dr. Francis E. Abbott, 1893-1896 

Rev. C. Ellis Stevens, LL.D., D.C.L., 1896-1899 

T. J. Oakley Rhinelander, 1899- 1902 

Rev. C. Ellis Stevens, LL.D., D.C.L., 1902-1905 

Dr. Thomas Page Grant, 1905-1907 

T. J. Oakley Rhinelander, 1908-1911 

Chaplain-General. 

Rev. C. Ellis Stevens, LL.D., D.C.L., 1893-1895 

Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D., 1895-1896 
Rt. Rev. Henry B. Whipple, D.D., LL.D., 1896-1899 

Rev. C. Ellis Stevens, LL.D., D.C.L., 1899-1902 

Rt. Rev. \A'illiam Lawrence, D.D., 1902-1908 

Rt. Rev. Daniel S. Tuttle, 1908-1911 

Snrgeon-Gejieral. 

Samuel Claggett Chew, M.D., 1893-1896 

Charles S. Ward, M.D., 1896-1898 

V. MoTT Francis, M.D., 1899-1905 

James G. Munford, M.D., 1905-1908 

Justin E. Emerson, M.D., 1908-1911 

Chaneellor-Gencral. 

Hon. Thom.\s F. Bayard, 1893-1896 

Hon. Roger Wolcott, 1896-1901 

Hon. Charles Upham Bell, 1901-1902 

Prof. Theodore S. Woolsey, 1902-1908 

Hon. Henry Stockbridge, 1908-1911 



DEPUTY GOVERNORS-GENERAL. 



A^czv York. 




Hox. Charles H. Murray, 


1893-1896 


T. J. Oakley Rhinelander, 


I 896- I 899 


Rowland Pell, 


I 899- I 902 


Walter L. Suydam, 


1902-190S 


Major-General Charles F. Roe, 


1908-1911 


Pcnnsyhaiiia. 




James Mifflin, 


1893-1895 


Rev. C. Ellis Stevens. LL.D., D.C.S., 


189S-1896 


Richard McCall Cadwalader, 


1896-1911 


Maryland. 




General Joseph Lancaster Brent, 


I 893- I 905 


Hon. Henry Stockbridge, 


1905-1908 


John Appleton Wilson, 


1908-1911 


Massachusetts. 




General W'illiam F. Draper, 


1893-1896 


Dr. Francis E. Abbott, 


1896-1899 


Arthur J. C. Sowdon, 


1899-1905 


Rev. Charles L. Hutchins, D.D., 


1906-1911 


Connecticut. 




Nathan G. Pond, 


1893-1894 


Hon. William Hamersley, 


I 894- I 896 


Hon. Frederick J. Kingsbury, 


I 896- I 900 


Prof. Theodore S. Woolsey, 


I 900- I 902 


Charles E. Gross, 


I 902- I 905 


Bela Peck Learned, 


I 905- I 907 


IMoRRis B. Beardsley, 


1907-1911 


District of Columbia. 




Rear-Admiral Francis A. Roe, A.S.N., 


1893-1S99 


Charles F. T. Beale, 


I 899- I 90 I 



William Baker Thompson, 1902-1905 

Thomas Hyde, 1905-190S 

William Van Zandt Cox, 1908-1911 

New Jersey. 

Malcolm Macdonald, 1894-1899 

George S. Wylie, i 899-1 901 

General E. Burd Grubb, 1902-1905 

Emory McClintock, 1905-1908 

John Eyerman, 1908-1911 

Virginia. 

Hon. Richard T. W. Duke, Jr., 1894-1911 

Nezv Hampshire. 

Hon. Henry Oakes Kent, i 894-1 902 

Prof. Charles Lathrop Parsons, 1902-1911 

Vermont. 

Colonel Edward A. Chittenden, 1894- 1902 

Robert Noble, 1902- 1908 

Daniel W. Robinson, 1908-1910 

Theodore S. Peck, 1910-1911 

Illinois. 

Josiah Lewis Lombard, 1894- 1902 

John Smith Sargent, 1904-1911 

Missouri. 

Henry Cadle, 1894-1S99 

Clark H. Sampson, 1899-1902 

Hon. John B. White, 1902-1911 

Ohio. 

Michael M. Shoemaker, 1895-1899 

Ephraim Morgan Wood, i 899-1 902 

Achilles C. Pugh, 1902-1905 

Michael M. Shoemaker, 1905-1908 

Howard S. Winslow, 1908-1910 

Alvin M. Woolson, 1910-1911 



Nebraska. 



Hon. J. Sterling Morton, 


1895-1902 


Dr. J. P. Lord, 


1908-1911 


Minnesota. 




RUKARD HURD, 


1895-1899 


Henry P. Upham, 


1899-1905 


General James F. Wade, U.S.A., 


1905-1908 


Hon. Ell Torrance, 


1908-1911 


Kentucky. 




David May Jones, 


1895-1899 


Daniel Lynn Gooch, 


1899-1908 


George T. Wood, 


1908-1911 


California. 




Spencer Roane Thorpe, 


189^1906 


Hon. Charles P. Flint, 


1906-1911 


Colorado. 




Arthur S. Dwight, 


I 896- I 905 


Frank Trumbull, 


1905-1907 


Iowa. 




Rt. Rev. William S. Perry, 


189^1898 


F. 1\L Hubbell, 


I 899- I 902 


Samuel F. Smith, 


1902-1905 


Judson Keith Deming, 


1906-1911 


Georgia. 




John A. G. Carson, 


1897-1911 


Michigan. 




Truman H. Newberry, 


I 897- I 902 


Samuel T. Douglas, 


1902-1905 


Theodore H. Eaton, 


1905-1910 


Wisconsin. 




Philip Reade, 


I 897- I 902 


Wyman K. Flint, 


1906-1911 



Delaivare. 

Hon. Ignatius C. Grubb, 1897-1899 

Henry A. Dupont, 1899-1902 

Hon. George Gray, 1902-1905 

William A. LaMotte, 1905-1908 

Thom.^s J. Craven, 1908-1911 

Rhode Island. 

Hon. Elisha Dyer, 1897-1902 

Hon. Hunter C. White, 1902-1905 

George C. Nightingale, i 905-1 90S 

Prof. Wilfred H. Munro, 1908-1911 

Washington. 

J. Kennedy Stout, 1898-1911 

Maine. 

John M. Glidden, 1898-1906 

Fritz H. Jordan, 1906-1911 

Indiana. 

Alexander F. Fleet, 1903-1911 



ORIGIN OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY OF 
COLONIAL WARS. 

The General Society of Colonial Wars was organized on 
May 9 and lo, 1893. in the Governor's Room, City Hall, 
New York City, by delegates from five States and the Dis- 
trict of Columbia. A Constitution was adopted on May 10, 
1893, subject to the approval of a majority of the dele- 
gates present at an adjourned meeting of the General As- 
sembly, and the General Officers were then elected. An 
adjourned meeting of the General Assembly was held at 
the Hotel New Netherland, New York City, on December 
19, 1893, and the Constitution as amended unanimously 
adopted. The final session of the First General Assembly 
was held in Congress Hall, Philadelphia, May 7 and 8, 
1896. 



DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES 

TO THE 

FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

STATE OF NEW YORK. 

Delegates. 
Frederic J. DePeyster, Frederic H. Betts, 

HowLAND Pell, William G. Da vies, 

Charles H. Murray, Howard R. Bayne, 

T. J. Oakley Rhinelander, Frederic Gallatin, 
Thomas Ludlow Odgen, Philip L. Livingston. 

Alternates. 
Edward Trenchard, Frederic E. Haight, 

Maturin L. Delafield, Jr., T. Waln-Morgan Draper, 
John Schuyler. 

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STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

Delegates. 
Edward Shippen, ]\I.D., U.S.N., T. Chester Walbridge, 
James Mifflin, \Vm. MacPherson Hornor, 

The Rev. C. Ellis Stevens, LL.D., D.C.L. 

Alternates. 

George Cuthbert Gillispie, William Fisher Eewis, 

Thomas H. Montgomery. 

STATE OF MARYLAND. 

Delegates. 

George Norbury Mackenzie, Gen. Joseph L. Brent, 

Edwin Harvie Smith. 

Alternates. 

John Appleton Wilson, John Philemon Paca, 

Thomas INIarsh Smith. 

STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

Delegates. 
General Wm. F. Draper, Francis E. Abbot, 
James Atkins Noyes. 

STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Delegates. 
Nathan G. Pond, Satterlee Swartwout. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Delegates. 

Charles Edward Coon, Lieut. T. B. M. Mason, U.S.N., 

Edward Sturges Hosmer. 

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CHRONICLE. 

A. D. 1893— May Qtli and loth. First General Assembly 
Meeting in the Governor's Room, City Hall, New York City, 
of delegates from the States of New York, Pennsylvania, 
Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the District of 
Columbia. A constitution was adopted subject to approval 
at adjourned meeting, and first General officers elected. 

A. D. 1893 — December 18th. First Meeting of the General 
Council held at the Hotel New Netherland, New York City. 

A. D. 1893 — December 19th. Adjourned session of the First 
General Assembly held at Hotel New Netherland, New York 
City. Constitution as amended unanimously adopted. 

A. D. 1894 — JMay 8th. Meeting of the General Council 
held in Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia. Society in the State 
of New Jersey admitted. 

A. D. 1894 — November 12th. Meeting of the General 
Council held at the Insurance Club in New York City. Socie- 
ties in the States of Virginia, New Hampshire, Vermont, Illi- 
nois and Missouri were admitted. 

A. D. 1895 — May 13th and 14th. Meeting of the General 
Council held at the "Flag Room," City Hall, Baltimore, Aid. 
Societies in the States of Ohio and Nebraska admitted. 

A. D. 1895 — June 17th. Louisbourg Monument erected 
by the General Society unveiled at Louisbourg, Cape Breton, 
with appropriate ceremonies. Louisbourg medals struck from 
an old French cannon to commemorate the event. 

A. D. 1895 — December 19th. Meeting of General Council 
held in the office of the Society in the State of New York, in 
New York City. Societies in the States of Minnesota, Ken- 
tucky and California admitted. 

A. D. 1896 — May 7th. Meeting of the General Council 
held in Congress Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. Societies in the 
States of Colorado and Iowa admitted. 



A. D. 1896— May 7th and 8th. Final Session of the First 
General Assembly held in Congress Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. 

A. D. 1896 — November 19th. Meeting of the General 
Council held at the residence of Frederic J. de Peyster, Esq., 
7 East 42nd Street, New York City. Society in the State of 
Georgia admitted. 

A. D. 1897 — May 13th. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the Ouinnipiack Club, in New Haven, Conn. Socie- 
ties in the States of Michigan, Wisconsin and Deleware ad- 
mitted. 

A. D. 1897 — December 21st. Meeting of the General Coun- 
cil held in the Hotel Brunswick, in Boston, Mass. Permanent 
Fund established. Society in the State of Rhode Island and 
Providence Plantations admitted. 

A. D. 1898 — May 6th. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the office of the Society in the State of New York, in 
New York City. 

A. D. 1898 — November i6th. Meeting of the General 
Council held at the residence of Edward Shippen, Esq., 1207 
Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Societies in the States of 
Washington and Maine admitted. 

A. D. 1899 — May 9th. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the Hotel Rennert, in Baltimore, ]Md. 

A. D. 1899 — May loth. Meeting of the Second General 
Assembly held in the Council Chamber of the City Hall, Balti- 
more, Md. Constitution amended. 

A. D. 1899 — November 28th. Meeting of the General 
Council held at the residence of Frederic J. de Peyster, Esq., 
7 East 42nd Street, New York City. 

A. D. 1900 — November' 26th. J\leeting of the General 
Council held at the residence of Edward Shippen, Esq., 1207 
Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

A. D. 1901 — ]\Iay 3rd. iNIeeting of the General Council 
held at the office of the Society in the State of New York in 
New York City. 

A. D. 1902 — May 20th. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the Hotel Somerset, Boston, Massachusetts. 

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A. D. 1902 — May 21st. Meeting of the Third General 
Assembly held in Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusetts. Con- 
stitution amended. 

A. D. 1903 — May 26th. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the Hotel Cadillac, Detroit, Mich. Society in the State 
of Indiana admitted. 

A. D. 1904 — April I2th. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the residence of Frederic J. de Peyster, Esq., 14 East 
66th Street, New York City. 

A. D. 1905 — May 3rd. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the Down Town Association, 60 Pine Street, New York 
City. 

A. D. 1905 — Alay 3rd and 4th. Meeting of the Fourth 
General Assembly held in the Governor's Room, City Hall, 
New York City. 

A. D. 1905 — May 31st. Special Meetings of the General 
Council held at the residence of Howland Pell, Esq., 450 
Madison Ave., New York City. Mr. Arthur J. C. Sowdon 
elected Governor-General to fill the vacancy caused by the 
death of Mr. de Peyster. 

A. D. 1906 — January 17th. Meeting of the General Coun- 
cil held at the Hotel Somerset, Boston, Mass. 

A. D. 1906 — December 13th. Meeting of the General 
Council held at the residence of Richard M. Cadwalader, Esq., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

A. D. 1907 — November 21st. Meeting of the General Coun- 
cil held at the Metropolitan Club, New York City. 

A. D. 1908 — May 8th. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the Hotel Seelbach, Louisville, Ky. 

A. D. 1908— ]\Iay 8th. Meeting of the Fifth General 
Assembly held at the Hotel Seelbach, Louisville, Ky. Consti- 
tution amended. 

A. D. 1909 — April 19th. Meeting of the General Council 
held at the Hotel Somerset, Boston, J\Iass. 

A. D. 1910 — June 10. iMeeting of the General Council held 
at the residence of Fritz H. Jordan, Esq., Portland, Maine. 



CONSTITUTION. 



Adopted at a meeting of the First General Assembly 
of the Society, May lo, 1893, subject to approval at 
an adjourned meeting^, and unanimously adopted as 
amended at such adjourned meeting on December 
19, 1893. Amendments adopted May 10, 1899, May 
21, 1902, May 8, 1908. 

IVhcreas, It is desirable that there 

PREAMBLE. , ,j , , , i • 

should be adequate celebrations com- 
memorative of the events of Colonial History, hap- 
pening from the settlement of Jamestown, Va., May 
13, 1607, to the battle of Lexington, April 19, 1775: 
Therefore, The Society of Colonial Wars has 
been instituted to perpetuate the memory of those 
events, and of the men who, in military, naval, and 
civil positions of high trust and responsibility, by 
their acts or counsel, assisted in the establishment, 
defence, and preservation of the American Colonies, 
and were in truth founders of this nation. With 
this end in view, it seeks to collect and preserve 
manuscripts, rolls, relics, and records ; to provide 
suitable commemorations or memorials relating to 
the American Colonial period, and to inspire in its 
members the fraternal and patriotic spirit of their 
forefathers, and in the community, respect and 
reverence for those whose public services made our 
freedom and unity possible. 



The Society shall be known by the article i. 
name and title of the General Society ^""'■ 
of Colonial Wars. 

Any male person above the age of article it. 
twenty-one years, of good moral charac- membership. 
ter and reputation, shall be eligible to membership 
in the Society of Colonial Wars, who is lineally 
descended in the male or female line from an 
ancestor : 

(i) Who served as a military or naval officer, or 
as a soldier, sailor, or marine, or as a privateersman, 
under authority of the Colonies which afterward 
formed the United States, or in the forces of Great 
Britain which participated with those of the said 
Colonies in any wars in which the said Colonies were 
engaged, or in which they enrolled men, from the 
settlement of Jamestown, May 13, 1607, to the battle 
of Lexington, April 19, 1775 ; or 

(2) Who held office in any of the Colonies between 
the dates above mentioned, either as 

(a) Director-General, Vice-Director-General, or 
member of the Council, or legislative body in the 
Colony of New Netherlands ; 

(<5) Governor, Lieutenant or Deputy Governor, 
Lord Proprietor, member of the King's or Governor's 
Council, or legislative body in the Colonies of New 
York, New Jersey, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and 
Delaware ; 

(c) Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy Governor, 
or member of the Council, or of the legislative body 
in Maryland and the Carolinas ; 



(d^ Governor, Deputy Governor, Governor's 
Assistant, or Commissioner to the United Colonies of 
New England, or member of the Council, body of 
Assistants, or legislative body in any of the New- 
England Colonies. 

One collateral representative of an ancestor such 
as above specified shall be eligible for membership, 
provided there be no existing lineal descendant, and 
provided that such person be the oldest collateral 
representative in the male line of such ancestor, or 
has filed with the Secretary-General of the Society 
written renunciations from all other persons having 
nearer claims to representation. 

No State Society shall adopt any rule of eligibility 
for membership which shall admit any person not 
eligible for membership in the General Society. 

But any State Society may, except as to members 
transferred from another State Society, further restrict, 
at its discretion, the basis of eligibility for membership 
in its own Society. 



ARTICLE ni. The General Society of Colonial 

General Society. Wars shall consist of the Socleties 
now existing in the States of New York, Pennsyl- 
vania, Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and 
District of Columbia, and such other State Societies 
as may from time to time be duly organized and 
authorized by the General Society. 

Whenever the word "State" occurs in this Consti- 
tution it shall be held to include within its meaning 
the Territories of the United States and the District 
of Columbia, 



The officers of the General Society of article iv. 
Colonial Wars shall be : A Governor- off.cers. 
General, a Vice Governor-General, a Deputy Gov- 
ernor-General from each State Society, a Secretary- 
General, a Deputy Secretary-General, a Treasurer- 
General, a Deputy Treasurer-General, a Registrar- 
General, an Historian-General, a Chaplain-General, 
a Chancellor-General, and a Surgeon-General. With 
the exception of the Deputy Governors-General, the 
above officers shall be elected by a plurality vote of 
the delegates present at a General Assembly of the 
Society. Vacancies occurring by death or resignation 
may be filled by the General Council for the unex- 
pired term. Each Deputy Governor-General shall 
be elected by a plurality vote of the delegates present 
in the General Assembly from the State from which 
said Deputy Governor-General is cliosen. The above 
officers shall serve until the next regular meeting of 
the General Assembly and until their successors are 
duly chosen. 

A General Assembly of the General article v. 
Society shall be held every three years, at m-^^tings. 
such time and place as the preceding Assembly 
shall appoint, or authorize to be appointed. 

Special General Assemblies may be held upon the 
order of the Governor-General, or upon the call of 
the Secretary-General or Deputy Secretary-General, 
issued at the request of the Governors or Acting 
Governors of three State Societies, or else at the 
written request of five Deputy Governors-General. 

General Assemblies shall be composed of the 



members of the General Council, and five delegates 
from each State Society, to be chosen by the State 
Councils respectively, or otherwise as may be pre- 
scribed by the respective State Societies; and all 
vacancies arising from any cause in any State Dele- 
gation may be filled for the unexpired term by the 
State Council concerned. 

The term of service of the delegates shall be for 
three years and until their successors be elected. 

Delegates or General Officers representing seven 
State Societies shall constitute a quorum of the Gen- 
eral Assembly for the transaction of business ; the 
proceedings shall be in accordance with parliament- 
ary law, and only the votes of those present shall be 
counted. 

The order of business shall be : 

1. The calling of the General Assembly to order 
by the Governor-General, Vice Governor-General, 
or in their absence by the Secretary-General. 

2. Prayer by the Chaplain-General. 

3. Reading of Minutes of last General Assembly. 

4. Report from Secretary-General. 

5. Report from Treasurer-General. 

6. Reports from Committees and Officers. 

7. Unfinished Business. 

8. New Business. 

9. Reports from State Societies. 

10. Election of Officers. 

11. Benediction by the Chaplain-General. 

The minutes of each Assembly shall be read before 
its final adjournment. 

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Each State Society shall annually article vi. 
transmit to the Secretary-General a ^"™ Societies. 
circular letter stating the number of its members, 
general matters of interest, and any suggestions 
which may be deemed of advantage to the Society. 
Each State Society shall, in the month of January in 
each year, pay to the Treasurer-General the sum of 
$25.00. 

The General Society shall have sole 

-' . . ARTICLE VII. 

power of action in the national, as dis- powkks of the 
tinct from the State affairs of the organ- 
ization. It shall have jurisdiction to pass upon all 
questions of eligibility referred to it by the Registrar- 
General; but shall not otherwise interfere in the reg- 
ulations or government of any State Society, unless 
by a plurality vote of the General Assembly, when 
the surrender of a State charter may be demanded, 
should an investigation show- that such action is 
necessary for the welfare of the Societies at large. 
It shall have power to grant charters to States other 
than those in which the Society is already organized, 
provided that at least nine persons duly qualified to 
be members make such application. It shall issue 
the insignia and the diploma of membership. It shall 
publish the Year-book with the co-operation of the 
several State Societies ; and the cost shall be defrayed 
by the latter in proportion to their membership. 

The General Council which shall be composed of 
all the General Officers shall exercise the powers of 
the General Society (except those of demanding 
State charters, and of amending the Constitution) be- 



tween meetings of the General Assembly, to which 
latter body it shall regularly report all its transactions. 

ARTICLE VIII. The Governor-General, the Vice- 

govhrnor-genekal. Governor-General, or in their ab- 
sence a duly selected temporary presiding officer, 
shall preside at all General Assemblies and meetings 
of the General Council of the Society. 

The Vice-Governor-General 
^j^^jj perform the duties of the 
Governor-General in case of the death, absence from 
the country, or inability of the Governor-General to 
act and generally assist the Governor-General in the 
performance of his duties. 

ARTICLE IX. The Secretary-General shall be 

secketary-general. i^geper of the Great Seal of the 
Society, and of the General Society flag, and of the 
diploma. He shall conduct the general correspond- 
ence of the Society and keep a record thereof. 
He shall have charge of the printing and publications 
of the Society. He shall give due notice of the time 
and place of the holding of all meetings of the General 
Assembly, and of the General Council ; and shall 
keep full record of their proceedings. 

Deputy The Deputy Secretary-General 

Secretary-General. gJ^^JJ perform the dutieS of the SeC- 

retary-General in case of the death, absence from the 
country, or inability of the Secretary-General to act, 
and generally assist the Secretary-General in the per- 
formance of his duties. 

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The Treasurer-General shall col- article x. 
lect and keep the funds and securities tkeasceer-genekal. 
of the Society, and deposit and invest them subject 
to the direction of the General Council. Out of 
these funds he shall pay such sums as may be 
ordered by the General Council. He shall keep a 
full account of his receipts and payments, and at 
each General Assembly, or when required by the 
General Council, shall render an account of the 
same. He shall be custodian of the die of the 
insignia, and may issue the insignia and rosettes. 

F'or the faithful performance of his duty, he may 
be required to give such security as the General 
Council may deem proper. 

The Deputy Treasurer-General depitv 

shall perform the duties of the tkeasukek-general. 
Treasurer-General in case of the death, absence from 
the country, or inability of the Treasurer-General to 
act, and generally assist the Treasurer-General in the 
performance of his duties. 

It shall be the duty of each State article xi. 
Society to file with the Registrar- Rb<='strar-general. 
General a duplicate of the application of each mem- 
ber. The Registrar-General shall receive and file all 
duplicate applications upon which membership has 
been granted, with a list of all diplomas signed by him, 
and all documents which the Society may acquire. It 
shall also be his duty to submit to the General Coun- 
cil any application for membership which, in his opin- 
ion, does not fulfil the requirements of Article II. of 
this Constitution. 

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ARTICLE XII. The Historian-General shall keep 

historian-genkkal. ^ detailed record of all historical and 
commemorative celebrations of the General Society, 
and shall edit and prepare for publication such his- 
torical addresses, papers and other documents as the 
Society may decide to publish. 

ARTICLE XIII. The Chaplain-General shall be an 

Chaplain-General. Qrdaincd ministcr of 3. Christian 
Church, and it shall be his duty to officiate when 
called upon by the proper officers. 

ARTICLE XIV. The Chancellor-General shall be a 

Chancellor-General, ja^vygj- duly admitted tO the bar, and 

it shall be his duty to give legal opinions on matters 
affecting the Society when called upon by the proper 
officers. 

ARTICLE XV. The Surgeon-General shall be a 

Surgeon General. practising physIciaU. 

ARTICLE XVI. The Great Seal of the General So- 

great Seal. (,jg^y gj^^jj ^^ . withiu a beaded An- 

nulet, a title scroll, " 1607, General Society of Colonial 
Wars, 1775;" and in base the motto: " Fortiter Pro 
Patria," surrounding diaper charged with nine mul- 
lets. Over all a shield, surmounted of the crown, 
bearing American Colonial seals quarterly of nine : 
I. Virginia : Argent, a cross gules between four 
escutcheons each regally crowned proper, the first 
and fourth escutcheons France and England quarterly; 
second escutcheon, Scotland ; third, Ireland : II. New 
York : Argent, a beaver bendways proper, on a 
bordure tenny, a belt of wampum of the first: III. 
Massachusetts : Azure, on a mount between two 



The Great Seal 

of the 

General Society of Colonial Wars 



pine trees vert, an Indian affronte or, belted with 
leaves of the second, holding in his dexter hand an 
arrow paleways, point downwards, and in his sinister 
hand a bow paleways, of the third ; upon a scroll 
proper, issuing from his mouth, the legend, " Come 
over and help us." IV. New Hampshire: Quar- 
terly, first and fourth grand quarter of France and 
England ; second, Scotland ; third, Ireland ; over all 
an escutcheon of pretence ; azure billetee or, a lion 
rampant of the second, for Nassau. V. Connecti- 
cut : Argent, a dexter hand issuing out of clouds in 
dexter chief, holding a double scroll proper, fesse- 
ways, bearing the legend, " Sustinet qui transtulit ; " 
in base fifteen grape-vines, six, five, four, leaved and 
fructed proper. VI. Maryland : Quarterly first and 
fourth paly of six or and sable, a bend counterchanged, 
for Calvert ; second and third, per fesse and per pale 
argent and gules, a cross bottony counterchanged for 
Crossland (seal of Lord Baltimore). VII. Rhode 
Island: Azure, an anchor in pale or. VIII. New 
Jersey : Quarterly, first, England impaling Scotland ; 
second, France ; third, Ireland ; fourth, per pale and 
per chevron ; first, gules two lions passant guardant 
in pale or, for Brunswick ; second, or, semee of 
hearts, a lion rampant azure, for Lunenburgh ; third, 
gules, a horse courant argent, for Westphalia ; over 
all an inescutcheon gules, charged with the crown of 
Charlemagne. IX. Pennsylvania: Argent, on a 
fesse sable, three plates ; (Arms of Penn.) 

The insignia of the Society shall article xvu. 
consist of a badge, pendant by a gold insigma. 

crown and ring, from a watered silk ribbon one inch 
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and a half wide of red, bordered with white and edged 
with red. The badge shall be surrounded by a laurel 
wreath in gold and shall consist of : 

Obverse : A white enameled star of nine points bor- 
dered with red enamel, having between each star-point 
a shield displaying an emblem of one of the nine orig- 
inal colonies; and, within a blue enameled garter 
bearing the motto " Fortiter Pro Patria,"an Indian's 
head in gold relievo. 

Reverse : The star above described, but with gold 
edge, each shield between the points displaying a 
mullet, and in the center, within an annulet of blue 
bearing the title, " Society of Colonial Wars, 1607- 
1775," the figure of a colonial soldier in gold relievo. 
The reverse of the crown of each insignia shall bear 
an engraved number, corresponding to that of the 
registered number of the member to whom such 
insignia has been issued. 

The insignia shall be worn by the member's on all 
occasions when they assemble as such, for any stated 
purpose or celebration, and may be worn on any 
occasion of ceremony. It shall be worn conspicuously 
on the left breast ; but members who are or have 
been Gentlemen of the Council of a State Society, 
may place a rosette of regulation pattern upon the 
silk ribbon from which it is pendant. Members who 
are or have been General Officers, or officers of a 
State Society, may wear the insignia with three jewels 
in the crown, and suspended from a regulation ribbon 
around the neck. Members who are or have been 
Governors, Deputy Governors or Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernors of State Societies, or officers of the General 



Obverse and Reverse 

of the 

Insignia 

of 

The Society of Colonial Wars 




y^ 



^$^ • 




Society may, in addition to the insignia so suspended, 
wear a ribbon of the Society's colors, three and one- 
half inches in width, extending from the right shoulder 
to the left hip. The insignia shall be worn only as 
above prescribed. 

The undressed insignia shall be a rosette or button 
of the size now in use, of red watered silk with white 
thread edging, like the insignia ribbon. 

On ordinary occasions members may wear this 
rosette in the upper buttonhole of the left lapel of the 
coat, provided it be not used at the same time with 
any other insignia of the Society. 

The diploma of this Society shall article xvni. 
bear the following words : diploma. 

General Society of Colonial Wars. 

To All Whom it May Concern. 

Greeting : Know ye, this is to certify that on the 

day of , in the year of our 

Lord , and in the year of this Society the 

_ _.. _ Gentleman , was duly 

elected an Hereditary Member of the Society of 

Colonial Wars in the State of. by 

right of his descent from 

In Witness Whereof ; We have hereunto 
signed our names and affixed the Great 
Seal of the General Societj'. 

Officers of the General Society. 

_ _ Governor- General. 

„ Secretary-General. 

^Registrar-General. 

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Bordering the top and left side of tlie diploma is 
an ornamental scrollwork containing within the initial 
letter " G." of " General Society," a representation of 
Captain Myles Standish and a band of Colonial sol- 
diery ; the initial surmounted by the imperial crown 
of the British Empire, and having below it the motto 
of the Society. Ranged along the scroll are shields 
bearing the arms of the original nine colonies as 
emblazoned in the Great Seal of the Society ; and 
around these are emblems of colonial warfare, with 
the flags of Sweden and New Netherlands, and the 
rose, thistle, shamrock, and cornflower^ — badges re- 
spectively of England, Scotland, Ireland and Ger- 
many. At the center at top is a cluster of Indian 
weapons and the head of a Sachem charged upon the 
fleur-de-lis of France. 

ARTICLE XIX. The flag of this Society shall consist 

Flag. q£ j-j^g j-g^ cross of St. George on a 

white field, bearing in the center the escutcheon of 

the General Society surmounted by the crown and 

surrounded by nine stars. 

ARTICLE XX. jtt shall be competent for the General 

State secfetakies. Couucil to appoint State Secretaries in 
States where no State Societies exist, with a view to 
represent the interest of this Society, and, if author- 
ized to do so, to prepare for the organization of New 
State Societies. Such State Secretaries shall be sub- 
ject to the direction and regulation of the General 
Council. Their appointment shall be for a limited 
time, not to exceed one year, but may be renewed. 
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IOI.;iSH()UR(, MDNli.MENT erected by llie (;eneral 
Society at I^ouisbourg, Cape lireton Island, lo com 
nicmoiaie its capture by the First Louisbourg Expedition 
under Pepperrell, assisted by the British Heet under 
Warren, on June 17th, 1745. The inonument was unveiled 
with appropriate ceremonies on June 17th, inijf. the 
l^nIh atinivcrs:irv nf the c;i[jture of the fortress. 



They may be removed for cause, and their office shall 
terminate upon the organization of, and grant of a 
charter to, a Society in their State. They shall com- 
municate with and receive communication from the 
Society through the Secretary-General. 

The General Council shall elect to article xxi. 
membership only charter members of gTATE'soaETm?. 
new State Societies ; whose membership 
shall be ipso facto transferred to their own State 
Society with the grant of its charter. No State Society 
shall elect to membership persons resident within the 
territory of another State Society, except upon written 
consent given in advance by the Council of the latter 
Society. But members changing residence from one 
State to another, or coming within the jurisdiction of 
a new State Society, may at their option retain mem- 
bership in the State Society in which they were orig- 
inally admitted. 

A member of any State Society may be admitted to 
membership by action of the Council of another State 
Society, within the bounds of which he is resident, 
upon satisfactory proof of his membership in good 
standing in the Society from which he comes, and 
subject to the rules and regulations of the Society he 
enters. 

No alteration of or amendment to 

, . „ . . , ,, , , , ARTICLE XXII. 

this Constitution shall be made, unless alterations 
proposed in writing by the Council of a 
State Society, or by the General Council. The Sec- 
retary-General shall send a printed copy of the pro- 
posed amendment to each State Society, naming the 
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time when and place where it will be voted upon. At 
least ninety days' notice shall be given to each State 
Society. Whenever any amendment is under consid- 
eration in the General Assembly it shall be open to 
any modification or change germane to the proposed 
amendment. No such change or modification shall 
be made, nor shall any amendment to this Constitu- 
tion be adopted, unless the same shall receive the 
votes of two-thirds of the members of the General 
Assembly present when the vote is taken. 



/^BVERSE and reverse of the Louisbourg Medal struck 
by the General Society in commennoralion of the 
150th anniversary of the capture of Louisbourg on June 
17th, 1745. The metal from which these medals were 
struck was from an old bronze cannon found in the 
wreck of a French frigate supposed to be " Le Celebre " 
sunk in Louisbourg harbor. 



Hn nDemoriant. 

ARTHUR J. C. SOWDON, 

Governor-General, 

1905-1911. 



±148438 



Since the last meeting of the Council, the Governor-Gen- 
era! of the Society has passed to his rest; and for the second 
time in its brief history the Society mourns the loss of its 
honoured head. 

Arthur John Clark Sowdon died in his apartments, Bea- 
con Street, Boston, on the third day of June, 1911, at the 
age of seventy-six. 

A native of Boston, where he was born March 6, 1835, 
Boston was always his home. He was graduated from 
Harvard College in the class of 1857, a class well remem- 
bered for the large number of its members who in after life 
attained distinction in their several professions. He con- 
tinued his studies in the Harvard Law School, and was ad- 
mitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1861 ; but his subsequent 
practice in his profession was limited, as he found attractive 
and profitable interests in the real estate business, from 
which, however, he retired in 1872, having accumulated or 
inherited a comfortable competence. Living modestly, he 
was, for his means, through all his subsequent life, a cheer- 
ful, judicious and generous contributor to many charities, and 
at his death bequeathed to objects dear to him, including the 
Massachusetts Society of Colonial Wars, a portion of his 
moderate estate. 

Possessed of leisure, his interests developed in many direc- 

In his early professional life he joined the First Corps of 
Cadets, and after his retirement from the service, he became 
and remained a member of the Veteran Cadets. 

Mr. Sowdon always took a keen interest and for many 
years an active part in political affairs. As early as 1863 he 
represented his district in the Gubernatorial Convention, and 
gave his support to John A. Andrew for Governor of the 
Commonwealth. Accepting the principles upon which the 
Republican party was founded, he was not afraid to act in- 
dependently, and outside the party lines when his convictions 
compelled him to the belief that the party was departing 
from those principles. And it was this independence of 
party when principle was involved, and his oppositon to the 
spirit of intolerance which manifested itself in the treatment 
of the South after the Civil War, that gave him prominence 



in the Councils of independent Republicans and Democrats 
for many years. 

Mr. Sowdon had little desire for public office; and the 
only one he ever lield was that of representative from Boston 
in the Massachusetts General Court of 1879 and iSSo. 

In municipal affairs, especially when there was a "citi- 
zen's movement," he took an active part, believing that all 
party lines should be ignored in a contest between honest 
government and a system of grafts and spoils. In the many 
campaigns of this character in Boston he could always be 
found doing valiant service on the right side. 

In his later years political ties were less strong; and on a 
national question like that of the tariff he was a supporter of 
democratic principles. On the question of civil service re- 
form he was one of the earliest to give his aid. 

As a member of the Committees appointed to raise the 
necessary funds for the building of the Boston Museum of 
Fine Arts, and the Memorial Hall at Harvard, Mr. Sowdon 
did efficient and appreciative service. 

Not less useful was he in the ecclesiastical affairs to which 
for many years he gave much of his time. A member at an 
early day of the Episcopal Church, he cheerfully devoted to 
its interests time and labor and financial support. The value 
of his services was recognized not only by the parish of 
whose vestry he was so long a member, and by the diocese — 
which elected him year after year to its Standing Commit- 
tee — and to other offices of responsibility and honour but 
also by the General Convention of the American Church, in 
which for several triennial periods he sat as a delegate from 
Massachusetts. 

Mr. Sowdon also was connected with many other organiza- 
tions, — social, civic, economic, patriotic, religious, — among 
them the Union and St. Botolph Clubs, the Reform Club, the 
Bostonian Society, the Bunker Hill Monument Association, 
the New England Historical and Genealogical Societ}-, the 
Young Men's Christian Association and the Young Men's 
Christian Union. But in no organization, except the Church, 
did he take larger interest or find greater pleasure than in 
this, the Society of Colonial Wars. Here he enjoyed the 
birthright of his honoured ancestry. It knit him to the past 



with its glorious memories, and in it he entered into the life 
of those who made the Society, who made even the nation 
possible. 

As one of the early members of the Massachusetts Society 
he was of great assistance in the adoption of principles and 
customs which have been maintained to the present time and 
have added largely to the usefulness of the Society to its 
members, and to its influence in the Community. 

Chosen Governor of the State Society in 1896 and holding 
the office until his election as Governor-General on the death 
of the lamented de Peyster, he gave, in both of these high 
positions, unstintingly of his time and strength to maintain 
and further the highest aims of the Society. 

We have lost the leadership of our head — the companion- 
ship of our friend and brother; but we cannot lose the ex- 
ample and influence of his cultivated and refined character, 
strongly imbued with religious faith. 

Fortunate and happ.v has the Society been in its two Gov- 
ernors-General de Peyster and Sowdon ; worthy were they 
of the regard and affection of those who knew them; worthy 
of the honour and responsibilities they bore; worthy may 
we be of their memory. 

At a meeting of the General Council of the Society of 
Colonial Wars held at New York City, November 21st, 1911, 
the following resolution was carried unanimously by a rising 
vote after the reading by Dr. Hutchins of the foregoing 
obituary notice. 

Resolved that it is with the deepest emotion that we note 
upon these minutes the death of our late Governor-General 
Mr. Arthur J. C. Sowdon, and that the obituary notice just 
read be spread in full upon the minutes of this meeting and 
that the Secretary-General be instructed to have the same 
printed and a copy sent to the General Officers and Secre- 
taries of the State Societies and also to the family of Mr. 
Sowdon. 

The meeting then took a recess out of respect to the memory 
of Mr. Sowdon. 



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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAI- 
WARS IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. 

Goi'crnor. 
William Cary Sanger. 

Deputy-Governor. 
William Whitehead Ladd. 

Lieutenant-Governors. 

Henry Gansevoort Sanford, 

Amory Sibley Carhart, 

De Witt Clinton Falls. 

Secretary. 

Frederick Dwight. 

45 William St., New York City. 

Deputy-Seeretary. 
Edward Coleman Delafield. 

Treasurer. 
Clarence Storm. 

Registrar. 
Edward Nicoll Crosby. 

Chancellor. 
William Graves Bates. 

Vice-Chancellor. 

Samuel Rowland Hoppin. 

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NEIV YORK. 

Surgeons. 

Faneuil Suydam Weisse, M.D.. 

J. Bayard Clark, M.D. 

Historian. 
Edward Trenchard. 

Chaplain. 
Rev. Dr. Howard Duffield. 

Genealogist. 
Eugene K. Austin. 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring December, 191 1. 

Clarence Winthrop Bowen, 
William Henry Folsom, 
Bryce Metcalf. 

Term Expiring December, 1912. 

John Fr.vncis Daniell, 
Henry Eglinton Montgomery, 
Arnold Wood. 

Term Expiring December, 1913. 

Walter Lispenard Suydam, 

Lea jMcIlvaine Luouer, 

Maj.-Gen. Frederick Dent Grant, U.S.A. 



NEIV YORK. 

OFFICERS OF THE GEXERAL SOCIETY, 
RESIDING IN NEW YORK. 

(Ex-officio Members of the Council.) 

HowLAXD Pell, 

\'ice-Governor-General. 

Maj.-Gen. Charles Fr.-\ncis Roe, 

Deputy Governor-General for New York. 

Clarexce Storm, 

Secretarj'-General. 

Henry Gansevoort San ford. 

Deputy Secretary-General. 

T. J. Oakley Rhixelander, 
Historian-General. 



NEW YORK. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 1906 
TO THE LAST GENERAL REGISTER 
OF 1 899- -1 902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

1524 Allen, Oliver Field, New York. 4582 

8th from Quartermaster George Colton. 
8th from Lieut. Thomas Stebbins. 
8th from Zechariah Field. 
7th from John Ailen. 
7th from Stephen Paine. 
7th from Sergt. Samuel Field. 
5th from Capt. Moses Field. 

1465 Appleton, Francis Randall, New York. 4386 

6th from Major Samuel Appleton. 

1374 Austin, William Morris, New York. 4026 

8th from Col. Robert Livingston. 

1442 Bangs, Francis Sedgwick, New York. 4277 

6th from Capt. Jonathan Bangs. 

1457 Bangs, Lemuel Bolton, M.D., New York. 4353 
6th from Capt. Jonathan Bangs. 

1466 Banks, Warren Sanford, New York. 43^7 

9th from John Tripp. 

1398 Barnes, George Edward, ALD., Herkimer. 4105 
7th from Capt. John Dodge. 
7th from Capt. Daniel Howe ( How ) . 
7th from Capt. William Goodhue. 
6th from Col. Richard Stillwell. 
4th from Isaac Hunter. 
4th from Corp. Thomas Barnes. 



NEIV YORK. 
Stat!! Society No. General Society No. 

1544 Bartholomew, James Ripley, New York. 4682 

8th from Gov. William Bradford. 
1449 Benedict, Russell, New York. 4323 

7th from Hon. Richard RusseU. 
143 1 Benedict, William Leonard, New York. 4209 

7th from Lieut. Thomas Benedict. 
1372 Benkard, H.\rry Horton, New York. 4024 

6th from Blaise Vinton. 
1548 Benson, Arthur Davis, New York. 4702 

6th from Capt. Johannes Benson. 
1479 Bicknell, Eugene Pintard, New York. 4448 

7th from Rev. Gregory Dexter. 
141 1 Bicknell, George Augustus, New York. 4141 

8th from Joris Jansen de Rapalje. 

8th from Obadiah Holmes. 

8th from Humphrey Turner. 

8th from John Brown, ist. 

8th from Capt. John Whipple. 

8th from William Ballard. 

8th from Rev. Chad Brown. 

7th from Rev. Gregory Dexter. 

7th from Capt. Thomas Willett. 

7th from Joseph Jenckes, 2nd. 

7th from John Brown. 

7th from John Cooper. 

7th from Capt. Ailing Ball. 

7th from Rev. Thomas Hooker. 

6th from Gov. Joseph Jenckes, 

6th from Major John Dexter. 

4th from Surgeon John Constable. 
1443 Blye, Joseph Napoleon, Yonkers. 427S 

4th from Lieut. Thomas Swords. 
43 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. Gz:iERAL Society No. 

1517 Bond, Walter Huntington, Brooklyn. 4576 

7th from John Bigelow (Biglo). 
1545 BoYNTON, Chester Clark, New York. 46S3 

7th from Nathaniel Richardson. 
1379 Bradish, George Johnston, Charlottes- 
ville. Va. 4035 

7th from Lieut. Wilhelmus Beekman. 

6th from Dr. John Johnstone. 

6th from Col. Gerardus Beekman. 

6th from Col. Peter Bard. 

5th from Lieut. Jacob Walton. 
1476 Brett, Philip Milledoler, New York. 4445 

6th from Lieut. Roger Brett. 
1399 Brookfield, Frank, New York. 4116 

8th from Capt. James Avery. 
1437 *Brovvn, Frederic Tilden, M.D. 4244 

8th from Capt. Peregrine White. 
1423 Bryant, William Sohier, ]\LD., New York. 419S 

9th from Atherton Hough. 

9th from Emanuel Downing. 

9th from Stephen Hopkins. 

8th from Com. Tristram Coffin. 

8th from Capt. Edward Johnson. Sr. 

8th from Capt. Edward Bangs. 

8th from Rear- Admiral Thomas Graves. 

8th from John Doane. 

8th from John Jenney. 

7th from Ens. Erasmus Stevens. 

7th from Thomas Nichols. 

7th from Lieut. Francis Peabody. 

7th from Thomas Paine. 

44 



A'EIV YORK. 
State Society Xo. General Society \'o. 

/th from John Doane, Jr. 
7th from Moses Cleveland. 
7th from Thomas Pope. 
7th from John Bates. 
6th from John Dexter. 
6th from Joses Bucknam. 
6th from Lieut. Arthur Mason. 
6th from Josiah Cleveland. 
5th from John Sa\\yer. 
5th from John Smith, Jr. 
4th from Rev. Ebenezer Cleveland. 
4th from Capt.-Lieut. David Mason. 
1549 BuRRiLL, Edward Livingston, New York. 4703 
6th from Ebenezer Burrill. 

138S Bush, Charles Homer, New York. 4087 

8th from Gov. Wm. Bradford. 

1474 Campbell, Douglas, New York. 4414 

4th from Lieut. Samuel Campbell. 

1413 Cann, John Woodward, New York. 4143 

6th from John Cann. 

6th from Benjamin Woodward (Woodv\-orth). 
1 501 Carr, William, Jr., New York. 4523 

9th from Dep.-Gov. Isaac Allerton. 

5th from Capt. Nathaniel Cushman. 

1483 Catlin, George de Grasse, Capt., U.S.A., 

Fort Snelling, Minn. 448? 

8th from Sergt. Cornelius Barentsen Sleght. 
8th from Matthiew (Mathese) Blanshan. 
8th from Nicholas Du Puy. 
8th from Lieut. Hendrick Jochemsen Schoon- 

maker. 
7th from Capt. Daniel Brodhead. 
^5 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

7th from Gerrit Decker. 
7th from Moses Du Puy. 
7th from Capt. Jochem Schoonmaker. 
6th from Lieut. Garret Wyngaert. 
6th from Nicholas Du Puy. 
6th from Capt. Richard Brodhead. 
6th from Lieut. Hendrick Schoonmaker. 
5th from Benjamin Schoonmaker. 
5th from Capt. Daniel Brodhead. 
4th from Lieut. Garret Brodhead. 
1534 Catlin, Brig.-Gen. Isaac Swartout, U.S.A., 

Ret., Apalachin, N. Y. 4651 

6th from Capt. Daniel Brodhead. 

1538 Chamberltn, Emerson, New York. 4667 

6th from Thomas Chamberlin. 

1429 Chambers, Walter Boughton, New York. 4.204 
8th from Lieut. Jonathan Lockwood. 

1375 Chandler, Walter, Jr., New York. 4031 

7th from Col. William Chandler. 
1525 Chapman. Edwin Nesbit, New York. 4583 

loth from Gov. Roger Williams, 
loth from Francis Cooke. 

9th from Rev. Obadiah Holmes. 

9th from Gov. Caleb Carr. 

9th from Richard Borden. 

9th from Hon. John Alden. 

/th from Capt. Robert Chapman. 
1450 Church, Eliiiu Cunyngham. New York. 4324 

7th from Samuel Belden (Belding). 
1527 Clark, Frederick Hamilton, Yonkers. 4597 

4th from Ensign Joseph Stebbins. 
46 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

1550 Clarke, Ch.a.rles Edes Fletcher, 

New York. 3201 

8th from Capt. John Waite. 

1361 Cook, Joseph Tottenham, M.D.. Buffalo. 4006 
7th from Edward Culver. 

1497 CooLiDGE. Howard King, New York. 45 15 

8th from Ensign John Coolidge. 

1551 CowDiN, WiNTHROp. Lieut., U.S.V.,Mt.Kisco. 4704 

3rd from Capt. Thomas Cowdin. 

1382 Crossett, Frederick Melvin. 4081 

7th from John Stratton. 

1502 Crowder, Rev. Frank Warfield, Providence, 

R- I- 4533 

7th from Col. William Burgess. 

1438 Crumb, Leverett Finch, Peekskiil. 4245 

6th from Daniel Crumb. 

1503 Dall, Horace Holley, New York. 4534 

8th from William Phelps. 

1426 Dana, Richard Turner, New York. 4201 

8th from Dr. Thomas Starr. 

1404 Daniell, Griswold Boyce, New York. 4121 

4th from John Hopkins. 

1383 Dearborn, Frederick Myers, j\I.D., 

New York. 4082 

5th from Reuben Dearborn. 

1389 Delafield, Edward Coleman, New York. 4088 
9th from Ensign Thomas Cornell. 
8th from Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 

47 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society \o. 

8th from William Hallett. 
8th from Lieut. William Beekman. 
7th from Col. Robert Livingston. 
7th from Col. Johannes Schuyler. 

1440 Delafield, John Ross, New York. 4-75 

9th from Ensign Thomas Cornell. 

8th from William Hallett. 

8th from Capt. Johannis Pieterszen Van Brugh. 

8th from Joris Woolse)^ 

8th from Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 

8th from Lieut. William Beekman. 

7th from Col. Robert Livingston. 

7th from Capt. William Hallett. 

7th from Capt. Peter Van Baigh. 

7th from Col. Johannes Schuyler. 

7th from Capt. Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

7th from Col. Henry Beekman, ist. 

6th from Col. Philip Livingston. 

6th from Capt. Johannes Schuyler, Jr. 

6th from Lieut. Robert Livingston, Jr. 

6th from Col. Pieter Schuyler. 

5th from Hon. William Smith. 

5th from Col. Robert Livingston. 

5th from Capt. Pieter Schuyler, Jr. 
1462 Delano, Mortimer, New York. 4375 

8th from Hon. John Alden. 

1400 Denison, Egbert Cook, New York. 41 17 

7th from Capt. George Denison. 

1477 Dennis, Edward, Ossining. 4446 

7th from John Devereux. 
14S4 Depew, Chauncey Mitchell, Jr., New York. 448S 

9th from Matthew Mitchell. 



■\TE\V VOKK from the southwesl in 1740, reprodiiced 
^ ^ from Valeiuiiie's Manual of 1S5S. 'fhe view shows 
in the foreground l-'ort George, on the site of which now 
stands the United Slates Custom House, facing the lower 
end of Broad way. In front of the fort is the Battery 
walk, as it was then known. Subsequently land was 
Idled in to make what is now Balterv Park or The Baitrrv. 



State Society No. General Society No. 

1391 DiCKERMAN, William Carter, New York. 4098 
9th from Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
9th from Thomas Gregson. 
8th from James Hosmer. 
8th from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 
8th from Henry Burt. 
8th from Henry Kenney (Kinney). 
8th from Deacon Francis Chickering. 
8th from Lieut. William Buss. 
7th from Commissary John Root. 
7th from Stephen Paine. 
7th from John Scott. 
7th from Thomas Kenney (Kinney). 
7th from John Smith. 
7th from Joseph Buss. 
6th from John Melvin. 
5th from Capt. Eleazer Melvin. 

1528 DiTM.\s, Charles Andrew, Brooklyn. 459^ 

7th from Jehu Burr, ist. 

1504 Driggs, Frederick Elliott, New York. 4535 

4th from Bartholomew Driggs. 

1505 Driggs, Lawrence La Tourette, New York. 4530 

4th from Bartholomew Driggs. 

1452 Du F.\is, John, Newport, R. L 4332 

6th from Lieut.-Col. Henry Pierson. 

1435 DuMONT, Charles Gregg, Rochester. 4213 

7th from Wallerand Dumont. 

1506 DuTTON, Leland Turner, New York. 4524 

8th from Joseph Plummer. 

8th from Thomas Wood. 

8th from Ens. Thomas Tenney. 

49 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

7th from Benjamin Pearson. 
7th from John Wood. 
7th from Daniel Tenney. 
1458 Eaton, Frederick Hebf.r, New York. 4354 

9th from Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
9th from Thomas Gregson. 
8th from Lieut. William Buss. 
8th from Deacon Francis Chickering. 
8th from Henry Burt. 
8th from Henry Kenney (Kinney). 
8th from James Hosmer. 
8th from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 
7th from Stephen Paine. 
7th from Joseph Buss. 
7th from Commissar)^ John Root. 
7th from Thomas Kenney (Kinney). 
7th from John Scott. 
7th from John Smith. 
6th from John Melvin. 
5th from Capt. Eleazer Melvin. 

1 5 18 Eaton, George Luther, Rochester. 4577 

9th from Gov. John Webster. 

1410 Elder, Thomas Lindsay, New York. 4140 

4th from Capt. John Knox. 

1425 Elliman, Lawrence Bogert, New York. 4200 
9th from Gen. Johannes de la IVIontagne. 
9th from John Harmon. 
9th from Richard Scott. 
9th from Ens. Thomas Cornell. 
9th from Lieut. Robert Feake. 
9th from Capt. John Underbill. 
9th from Dr. Gysbert G. Van Imbroch. 



NEIV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

Sth from Capt. William Lawrence. 

8th from John Scott. 

Sth from Capt. John Seaman. 

Sth from Col. John Jackson. 

Sth from Jan Peeck. 

Sth from Anthony Morris, 2nd. 

Sth from Col. Richard Townley. 

7th from Capt. Thomas Hicks. 

7th from Col. Thomas Willett. 

7th from Ens. Joseph Lawrence. 

6th from Richard King. 

6th from Richard Lawrence. 
1507 Ends, Alanson Trask, Jr., New York. 4525 

9th from Richard Borden. 

9th from Edward Howell. 

9th from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 

9th from John Leonard. 

Sth from Capt. William Trask. 

Sth from Nathaniel Dickinson. 

Sth from Major John Howell. 

Sth from Sergt. Benjamin Waite. 

Sth from Thomas Welles. 

Sth from William Smead. 

7th from Corp. Edward Allen, Jr. 

7th from Eliezer Hawks. 

7th from William Arms. 

7th from Sergt. Robert Bardwell. 

5th from Eliakim Arms. 
1530 EsTES, Webster Cummings, New York. 4634 

7th from Lieut. Return Strong. 
1434 Fernald, Frederik Atherton, Washington, 

D. C. 4212 

9th from Dep.-Gov. Ambrose Gibbons. 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Lieut. John Sanborn. 

7th from Richard Sanborn. 

6th from Ensign John Sanborn. 
142 1 Fletcher, Henry, New York. 4i75 

8th from James Rogers. 
1387 Floyd, William, New York. 4086 

9th from Gov. WiUiam Bradford. 

6th from Col. Richard Floyd. 
1454 Fox, Noel Bleecker, New York. 435° 

9th from Edmund Freeinan. 

9th from William Patten. 

9th from Capt. Edward Johnson, Sr. 

9th from William Denison. 

9th from W'illiam Hutchinson. 

8th from Thomas Patten. 

8th from Maj. William Johnson. 

8th from Joris Jansen Rapalje. 

8th from Thomas Stanton. 

8th from Capt. George Denison. 

8th from President John Sanford. 

8th from Gov. William Coddington. 

8th from Evert Duyckinck. 

8th from Abraham Isaacsen Ver Planck. 

8th from Hon. Rutger Jacobsen Van Schoen- 
derwoerdt. 

7th from Capt. Jan. Jansen Bleecker. 

7th from Ens. Richard Baldwin. 

7th from Antoine L'Espenard. 

7th from Sergt. Thomas Canfield. 

7th from Nathaniel Chesebrough. 

7th from Rev. James Noyes. 

7th from Capt. Andrew Canon. 

7th from Gov. Peleg Sanford. 
52 



State Society No. General Society No. 

6th from Capt. Anthony Lispenard. 

ij-th from Capt. Hezekiah Baldwin. 
1368 Frothingham, Fr.\ncis Eaton, East Hamp- 
ton, Long Island. 4022 

7th from Nathaniel Frothingham. 
i486 Gardner, John Charles Fremont, 

New York. 4490 

8th from Tristram Coffin. 

8th from John Tisdale. 

7th from Capt. John Gardner. 

7th from Lieut. Job Winslow. 
1463 Geer, Danforth, Hoosick Falls. 4376 

6th from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 
1445 Geer, Olin Potter, New York. 4308 

6th from Capt. Jonathan Daiiforth. 
1444 Geer, Walter, New York. 4-79 

7th from John Spofford. 

7th from Lieut. Abel Wright. 

7th from Capt. John Pease. 

7th from John Hopkinson. 

7th from Lieut. William Bushnell. 

6th from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 

6th from Capt. John Spofford. 

6th from Robert Pease. 

6th from Thomas Abbey. 

6th from William Chamberlain. 

6th from Corp. Daniel Shed, Sr. 

6th from Thomas Eaton. 

5th from John Shed. 

5th from Ens. Jonathan Danforth. 

4th from Benjamin Allen. 
1447 Giles, Murr.w Ogden. New York. 4310 

7th from Dep.-Gov. James Bishop. 
S3 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

1384 Gilpin, Rev. William Bernard, New York, 4083 
4th from Hon. Benjamin Chew. 

1485 Goodrich, Henry Wickes, New York. 44S9 

6th from Ensign William Goodrich. 

1392 Gould, Ch.\rles Judson, New York. 4099 

8th from William Tuttle. 

1446 Greer, Charles, Rye. 4309 

3rd from Robert Buchanan. 

1508 Haines, John Peter, New York. 4537 

9tli from Corp. Henry Botsford. 
8th from Capt. Jan Strycker. 
8th from Capt. John Wakeman. 
8th from John Ogden. 
8th from William Swaine. 
7th from Col. Richard Townley. 
7th from Jasper Crane. 
7th from Adj. James Evetts. 
7th from Johannes Van Gelder. 
7th from Ens. Samuel Kitchell. 
7th from Ens. John Woodruff. 
7th from Capt. Samuel Swaine. 
6th from Jasper Crane, Jr. 

1453 Hall, William Hunt, Jr., New York. 4333 

5th from Col. Edward Ward. 

1395 Hallowell, Thomas Jewett, New York. 4102 
9th from Gov. William Bradford. 
8th from Maj. William Bradford. 
8th from John Ripley. 

1359 Halsted, Pennington, New York. 4004 

7th from John Ogden. 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. Gener.\l Society No. 

1493 Hamilton, Henry De Witt, New York. 4509 

8th from Capt. Myles Standish. 

1519 Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., New York. 4578 

9th from Andrew Ward. 
9th from Sergt. Robert Lockwood. 
8th from Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 
8th from Capt. John Wakeman. 
8th from Dr. and Ens. Wilham Ward. 
8th from Jehu Burr. 
7th from Adolph ]\Ieyer. 
7th from Capt. Johannes Benson. 
6th from Capt. Joseph Wakeman. 
4th from Capt. Abraham Hatfield. 
4th from Corp. Jeremiah Fowler. 

1509 Helmuth, William Tod, M.D., New York. 45^6 

6th from Ensign Elias Van Benschoten. 
1417 Hicks, Samuel Chudleigh, New York. 4171 

9th from Thomas Halsey. 

7th from Justinian Holden. 
1402 HiGGiNS, Edward Everett, Tarrytown. 41 19 

8th from Capt. George Denison. 

1365 Hinchman, Frederick Barnard, New York. 4014 

7th from Capt. Samuel Welles. 
1377 Holbrook, Clark, Red Bank, N. J. 4033 

6th from John Holbrook. 
1419 Hoppin, Hamilton Louis, New York. 4173 

8th from William Dyer. 

8th from Hon. Samuel Lathrop. 

8th from John Tilley. 

8th from Samuel Edsall. 

8th from Rev. Thomas Hooker. 

55 



NEIV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Capt. Thomas Clarke. 

8th from Capt. Edward Hutchinson. 

8th from Rev. John Wilson. 

7th from John Rowland. 

7th from Thomas Makepeace. 

7th from Philip Bill. 

7th from Benjamin Blagge. 

7th from Capt. Thomas Southworth. 

7th from Johannes Van Gelder. 

7th from Richard Haughton. 

7th from John Gager. 

7th from Joseph Clarke. 

7th from Gabriel Bernon. 

7th from Capt. John Gardner. 

7th from John Wilde. 

6th from Rev. Grindal Rawson. 

6th from Simon Huntington. 

6th from Lieut. Joseph Howland. 

6th from Timothy Day. 

5th from Samuel Dunn. 

5th from Timothy Day. 

4th from Lieut. William Jones. 

4th from Philip Hone. 

1420 HoppiN, Samuel Howland, New York. 4i74 

8th from John Tilley. 
8th from Hon. Samuel Lathrop. 
8th from Samuel Edsall. 
8th from Capt. Edward Hutchinson. 
8th from Rev. John Wilson. 
8th from Capt. Thomas Clarke. 
8th from Rev. Thomas Hooker. 
8th from William Dyer. 
7th from John Howland. 
56 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

7th from Benjamin Blagge. 

7th from Richard Haughton. 

7th from John Gager. 

7th from Johannes Van Gelder. . 

7th from Capt. Thomas Soutlnvorth. 

7th from Capt. John Gardner. 

7th from Joseph Clarke. 

7th from Phihp Bill. 

7th from Thomas Makepeace. 

7th from Gabriel Bernon. 

7th from John Wilde. 

6th from Simon Huntington. 

6th from Rev. Grindal Rawson. 

6th from Lieut. Joseph Rowland. 

6th from Timothy Day. 

5th from Samuel Dunn. 

5th from Timothy Day. 

4th from Lieut. William Jones. 

4th from Philip Hone. 

1407 HosMER, James Ray, New York. 41 37 

4th from Capt. Stephen Hosmer. 
4th from Daniel Hawes, Jr. 

1460 Howe, John Bigelow, Rochester. 4356 

6th from Joshua Bigelow. 

1510 Howell, Charles Fish, New York. 45-7 

8th from Major John Howell. 

1360 Hubbard, Walter Comstock, New York. 4005 
7th from Benjamin Burr. 

1461 HUNGERFORD, ViCTOR WiLLIAM, Colorado 

Springs, Colorado. 4374 

5th from David Hungerford. 

57 



NEIV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

1535 Hunt, Ridgely, Jr., New Haven, Conn. 4652 

loth from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 

1546 Ide, Robert Leonard, New York. 4684 

7th from Nicholas Ide. 

1432 Ingraham, Phoenix, New York. 4210 

9th from Gov. William Leete. 

1494 Jay, John, New York. 4510 

5th from Capt. Walter Rutherford. 

1539 Jennings, Walter, New York. 466S 

6th from Lieut. -Gov. Nathan Gold. 

1406 *J0HNS0N, TrISTAM BuRGES. 4I36 

5th from Capt. James Gibson. 

1 53 1 Jones, Walter Rysam, New York. 4635 

6th from Major Thomas Jones. 
1498 Joy, Russell Tamerlane, Brooklyn. 4516 

4th from Nathaniel Joy. 
1393 Kellogg, Edwin Welles, ]\LD., New York. 4100 

9th from Gov. Thomas Welles. 
1459 Kellogg, George Casper, Plattsburg. 4355 

loth from Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 

9th from Capt. Jan Strycker. 

8th from Isaac Morgan. 

8th from Capt. Epenetus Piatt. 

7th from Lieut. Joseph Kellogg". 

7th from Capt. Stephen Noble. 

6th from Capt. Samuel Moore. 

5th from Capt. Zephaniah Piatt. 

1363 Kuhn, John Joseph, Brooklyn. 4012 

5th from Capt. Jacob Morgan. 

*Deceased. 
58 



NEW YORK. 
State Society \o. General Society No. 

1409 Lawton, Daniel Lathrop, New York. 4139 

8th from George Lawton. 
7th from Isaac Lawton. 
8th from Samuel Lathrop (Lothrop). 
9th from President John Coggeshall. 
8th from Dep.-Gov. John Coggeshall, 2nd. 
9th from Gov. Xicholas Easton. 
8th from Gov. John Easton. 
7th from Gov. Joseph Jenckes, 3rd. 
lOth from John Alden. 
6th from William Anthony. 
9th from William Ballard. 
9th from Lieut. William Baulstone. 
8th from Capt. Johannes Martinse Beekman. 
8th from John Brown. 
9th from Hugh Caulkins (Calkin). 
8th from Joshua Coggeshall. 
9th from Isaac De Forest. 
9th from Samuel Eddy. "' 

9th from Alexander Lindsay Glen. 
8th from Lieut. Jacob Sander Glen. 
7th from Edward Gray. 
7th from Benjamin Hall. 
8th from Richard Haughton. 
9th from Thomas Hazard. 
8th from Robert Hazard. 
9th from Obadiah Holmes. 
6th from Capt. Daniel Hyde. 
8th from Joseph Jenckes, 2nd. 
lOth from Hendrick Kip (Kype). 
9th from William Pabodie (Peabody). 
9th from Robert Paddock. 
8th from Capt. Edward Richmond. 
8th from John Rogers. 
59 



NEW YORK. 

State Society No. General Societt No. 

8th from Philip Sherman. 

8th from Edward Smith. 

8th from Edward Thurston. 

8th from Hendrick Gerritsee Van Wie. 

9th from Resolved Waldron. 

9th from Maj. Pieter Winne. 

8th from William Wodell. 
1362 *LiBBEy, OcTAVus Bailey, 401 i 

4th from John Manning. 
1427 LuDLAM, Percy Clifford, New York. 4202 

8th from Capt. George Denison. 

1478 LuKENS, Alfred Brandriff, New York. 4447 

8th from Dep.-Gov. Thomas Lloyd. 
1422 LuMMis, Benjamin Rush, New York. 4197 

7th from Edward Lummis. 
1540 Lummis, Charles Augustus, New York. 46G9 

7th from Edward Lummis. 
1430 Lummis, William, New York. 4208 

7th from Edward Lummis. 
1369 Lyman, Walter H., Mt. Kisco. 4023 

8th from Gov. William Bradford. 

7th from Major William Bradford. 

7th from Rev. James Fitch. 
1487 Manning, Frank Orlando, M.D., New York. 4491 

8th from Major Simon Willard. 

7th from Ens. Samuel Manning. 
1456 Martin, James, Philadelphia, Pa. 4352 

4th from Capt. Alexander Culbertson. 
1499 Mayhew, Zeb, Jr., New York. 451/ 

9th from Gov. Thomas Mayhew. 

* Deceased. 
60 



.\EJV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society N'o. 

140S McAlpin, Milo Frederick, New York. 413S 

8th from Isaac Graves. 

1373 Merriam, Henry Parker, New York. 4025 

6th from William Merriam. 

151 1 Merritt, Alan Douglas, Rhinebeck. 4538 

loth from Com. Thomas Gregson. 
loth from Abraham Cmttenden. 

9th from Anthony Thompson. 

9th from Gilbert Opdyke. 

9th from Matthew Mitchell. 

9th from Dr. Thomas Starr. 

9th from Lieut. Griffin Craft. 

9th from Major Aaron Cooke. 

9th from Hugh Caulkins. 

8th from William Douglas. 

8th from Dep.-Gov. James Bishop. 

8th from Elder John Strong. 

Sth from Henry Sewall. 

8th from Lieut. Thomas Stebbins. 

Sth from Comet Joseph Parsons. 

8th from Daniel Hudson. 

Sth from William Hough. 

Sth from Samuel Gorton. 

7th from Aaron Cleveland. 

6th from Lieut. -Col. Simon Lothrop. 

5th from Lieut. David Sutherland. 

1439 Merritt, Robert Gw^athmey, Washington, 

D. C. 4079 

7th from Major Joseph Wickes. 

1380 Meyer, Blakeman Quintard, New York. 4036 
Sth from Lt.-Col. John Talcott, Jr. 



NEIV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

1418 MiNTON, Telfair Marriott, New York. 417-2 

4th from David Grim. 

1364 MooRE, Thomas Channing, Bronxville. 4013 

5th from Col. John Moore. 

1 48 1 Morris, Lewis Gouverneur, New York. 445° 

6th from Gov. Lewis Morris. 

1488 Murphy, Hon. William Dennistoun, New 

York. 449-2 

4th from Benjamin Cornish. 

1385 MuRR.\Y, William, Brooklyn. 4084 

7th from Capt. George Denison. 

1500 Palmer, Charles Howard, 2nd, Rochester. 4518 
8th from Lieut. William Allis. 

1520 Palmer, Henry Brewster, Rochester. 4650 

loth from Gov. John Webster. 

1424 Pardee, Ensign Bennett, M.D., New York. 4199 
8th from Elder William Brewster. 

1433 Peck, George Leete, New Haven, Conn. 4211 
8th from Gov. William Leete. 

1 37 1 Perry, Alexander, New York. 4030 

9th from Gov. William Bradford. 
9th from Nicasius de Sille. 
9th from Balthasar De Wolf. 
9th from Joshua Raymond. 
9th from Elder William Brewster. 
9th from Gov. Benedict Arnold. 

1397 Perry, John Prince Hazen, New York. 4104 
loth from Gov. Thomas Welles. 
9th from Lieut. Joseph Judson. 



NEM' YORK. 
State Society No. Gener.\l Society No. 

9th from Capt. Richard Osborn. 
8th from Capt. WilHam Curtis. 
8th from Major Thomas Leonard. 
8th from Lieut. Francis Peabody. 
1 541 Phelps, Livingston, Paris, France. 4670 

7th from Sir John Pell. 

1401 PiERSON, James Rhodes, New York. 41 18 

6th from Lieut.-Col. Henry Pierson. 

1521 PoiLi.ON, Arthur, Capt., U.S.A., Fort Totten. 

N. Y. 4579 

9th from Teunis Gysbertse Bogart. 
8th from Capt. Cornelius Corsen. 
8th from Lourens Andriessen Van Buskirk. 
7th from Capt. Jacques Poillon. 
7th from Lieut.-Col. Christian Corsen. 
7th from Hendrick Croessen. 
7th from Abraham Van Tuyl. 
7th from Daniel Perrine. 
6th from Ens. Jacques (James) Poillon, Jr. 
5 th from Cornelius Corsen. 

1522 Poillon, John Edward, New York. 45S0 

6th from Capt. Jacques Poillon. 
1 5 12 Poillon, William, New York. 4539 

9th from Joris Jansen Rapelje. 
8th from Teunis Gysbertse Bogart. 
7th from Lourens Andriessen Van Buskirk. 
7th from Capt. Cornelius Corsen. 
6th from Capt. Jacques Poillon. 
6th from Hendrick Croessen. 
6th from Daniel Perrine. 
6th from Lieut.-Col. Christian Corsen. 
6th from Abraham Van Tuj'l. 

63 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

5th from Ens. Jacques (James) Poillon, Jr. 
4th from Cornelius Corsen. 

141 5 Porter, Augustus Drum, New York. 3052 

5th from Capt. William Porter. 

1468 Prentiss, Nathaniel Appleton, New York. 4389 
7th from Gov. Roger Conant. 

1526 Putnam, John Byron, Brooklyn. 4596 

8th from Lieut. Thomas Putnam. 

1467 Ouackenbos, John Duncan, M.D., New York. 438S 
3rd from John Quackenbos. 

1542 Rainforth, Selden Irwin, M.D., New York. 3162 
5th from Col. Isaac Wyman. 

1489 RiGGS, Royal Edward Trumbull, New York. 4493 
9th from Sergt. Edward Riggs. 

1448 Rogers, Edward Kendall, New York. 43 11 

4th from Lieut. Thomas Swords. 

1547 Roosa, De Witt, Kingston. 4685 

5th from Capt. Andries De Witt. 

1536 Root, George Frederick, Buffalo. 4653 

9th from Thomas Olney, Sr. 

15 13 Rosa, Nelson W., Schenectady. 454° 

7th from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 

1436 Sanford, George Dunbar, Central Islip. 4243 

Sth from Corp. Coenraet Ten Eyck. 
7th from Isaac De Forest. 
6th from Samuel Pruyn. 

1 5 14 Schermerhorn, J. Maus, New York. 4547 

7th from Lieut. Thomas Barber. 
64 



■"pAlil.ET erected by the Society in the Slate of New 
York at the northeast corner of Wall and William 
Streets, New York City, and unveiled on September 2()lti. 
if)09, in connection with the Hudson-Fulton Celebration. 
The tal)let marks approximately the spot where stood a 
bastion of the wall which, between 1653 and 1(190, ex- 
tended along the line of the present Wall Street and 
gave it its name. 



I S^J ^^*^"- 15^'^^r'^^V &^ ^^^^<^^ ^^^ * 







NEIV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

1376 Schuyler, Philip Van Rensselaer, Nev/ 

York. 4032 

7th from Capt. Philip Pieterse Van Schuyler. 
7th from Col. Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
6th from Lieut.-Col. KiHaen Van Rensselaer. 

141 2 Seabury, William Marston, Phoenix, Ariz. 4142 
9th from Gov. John Winthrop, ist. 
8th from Gov. John Winthrop, 2nd. 
8th from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 
7th from Gov. Joseph Dudley. 
6th from Gov. Gurdon Saltonstall. 
6th from Col. Leonard Lispenard. 

1482 Seaman, Frederick Augustus, New York. 4451 
6th from Captain John Seaman. 

1475 Secor, Horace, Jr., New York. 4415 

7th from John Fay. 

1414 Shaw, Prof. Charles Gray, New York. 4144 

Sth from Hon. John Alden. 

1416 Slauson, John Whiting, Middletown. 4i54 

Sth from Major William Whiting. 

1441 Sloane, John, New York. 4276 

6th from Dep.-Gov. John Berry. 

1529 Smith, Clarence Wilbur, Major and In- 
spector-General, 2ND Brigade, X. G. 
N. Y., New York. 4633 

4th from Lieut. Daniel Roe. 

1515 Smith, Dwight, M.D., Port Chester. 4541 

7th from Stephen Hopkins. 
6th from Hon. Nicholas Snow. 
6th from Lieut. Joseph Rogers. 

65 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

1473 Smith, George William, New York. 4413 

9th from Thomas Halsey. 
9th from Thomas Skidmore. 
8th from Hon. Matthias Nicoll. 
8th from Dep.-Gov. Roger Ludlow. 
7th from Col. Richard Floyd. 

1532 Snow, John Livingston, New York. 4681 

9th from Ensign John Whitman. 

1464 Snyder, Louis Virtue, Mt. Vernon. 4385 

5th from Johannes \\^ilhelm Schneider. 

1381 Stearns, John Noble, Jr., New York. 4037 

6th from Shubael Stearns. 

1396 Stoddard, Francis Russell, Jr., New York. 4103 
8th from Gov. William Bradford. 

1480 Stone, Charles Francis, Jr., New York. 4449 
loth from Richard Warren, 
loth from Capt. Ralph Earle. 

9th from William Tuttle. 

9th from John Tripp. 

9th from William Wodell. 

9th from Jonathan Gilbert. 

9th from John Lattimer. 

9th from Sergt. Richard Church. 

9th from Hon. Richard Treat. 

9th from Richard Borden. 

8th from Capt. Hugh Mason. 

8th from Stephen Richardson. 

8th from Capt. Edward Richmond. 

8th from Thomas Burgess. 

8th from Rev. James Noyes. 

Sth from Thomas Stanton. 
66 



NEIV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Edward Jackson. 
8th from Lieut. James Treat. 
8th from William Patten. 
8th from John Borden. 
8th from Edward Gray. 
7th from John Coolidge. 
7th from Deacon John Stone. 
7th from Joseph Tainter. 
7th from Joseph Stanton. 
7th from Benoni Learned. 
7th from Sebas Jackson. 
7th from Nathaniel Patten. 
4th from Corp. Fanning Learned. 
1495 Taylor, Ewing, M.D., Riverdale-on-Hudson. 45 11 
8th from Maj.-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

1403 Terry, Rev. Eliphalet Bradford, Brooklyn. 4120 
9th from Gov. William Bradford. 

1471 TowNSEND, Edwin Somarindyck, New York. 4392 

7th from Capt. John Underhill. 

1472 TowNSEND, Isaac Holbrook, New York. 4393 

8th from Capt. John Underhill. 
1533 Tredwell, Henry Hewlett, East Williston, 

N. Y. 4636 

8th from Hon. John Alden. 

1405 Trumbull, Frank, New York. 1506 

7th from Lieut. Phineas Upham. 
1543 TucKERMAN, Bayard, New York. 4671 

5th from John Tuckerman. 
1523 Van Nostrand, Benjamin Tredwell, 

Brooklyn. 4581 

8th from Hon. John Alden. 

67 



State Society No. General Society No. 

7th from Capt. Epenetus Piatt. 

6th from George Hewlett. 

6th from Capt. Thomas Tredwell. 

il-th from Surgeon Benjamin Tredwell, Jr. 

1552 Walker, John Baldwin, M.D., New York. 4705 

6th from Thomas Sawyer, Jr. 

1394 Washington, William Lanier, Xew York. 4101 
8th from Col. John Washington. 

1469 Wells, Frederick Howard, Albany. 439° 

4th from John Streeter. 

1428 Williams, Harrison, New York. 4203 

8th from Lieut. Isaac Williams. 

1 5 16 Williams, George Lombard, New York. 454- 

8th from Capt. Samuel Brocklebank. 

I45I WlNCHESTER,HENRYCARROLL,jR.,NewYork. 4325 

6th from Capt. Stephen Hosmer. 

1496 WiTTHAUs, Guy Henry, New York. 45 1- 

8th from Isaac Lewis. 

1553 Wood, Arthur King, Ardsley-on-Hudson. 4706 

8th from George Maris. 

1490 Wood, Eric Fisher, New York. 4494 

loth from Gov. Roger Conant. 
loth from John Prescott. 
lOth from Gregory Stone. 
lOth from Capt. Ralph Earle. 
loth from Elder William Brewster. 

9th from Gov. Thomas Roberts. 

9th from Judge Henry Green 

9th from Lot Conant. 

9th from John Smith. 
6S 



NEIV YORK. 

Gene 



9th from Thomas Sawyer. 
9th from Ellis Barron. 
9th from John Hutchins. 
9th from Capt. Samuel Stone, Sr. 
9th from John Blanford. 
9th from Lieut. Henry Adams. 
9th from Sergt. Thomas Pierce. 
9th from Thomas Browne. 
9th from Maj.-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
9th from Richard Borden. 
9th from Isaac Chittenden. 
9th from John Coolidge. 
9th from Capt. Richard Davenport. 
9th from Rev. Gregory Dexter. 
9th from Obadiah Holmes. 
9th from Major William Phillips. 
9th from Cornet Robert Stetson. 
9th from Capt. William Trask. 
gth from Capt. John Whipple. 
9th from Richard Williams. 
9th from Jonathan Brewster. 
9th from Humphrey Turner. 
9th from John Newgate. 
9th from Capt. William Tyng. 
9th from Thomas Brownell. 
9th from Thomas Harris. 
9th from Rev. Chad Brown. 
8th from Nathaniel Robbins. 
8th from Jonathan Byles. 
8th from John Chase, ist. 
8th from John Haynes. 
8th from Lieut. Nathaniel Wilder. 
8th from John Folsom. 
8th from Capt. John Gilma::. 
69 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. Generai. Society No. 

8th from Sergt. John Emery. 

8th from William Patten. 

8th from Samuel Stone, 2nd. 

8th from John Conant. 

8th from David Stone. 

8th from Josiah Whitcomb. 

8th from John Adams. 

8th from John Goodspeed. 

8th from Samuel Rigby. 

Sth from Samuel Sterns (Steams). 

8th from John Turner. 

8th from Capt. Peter Oliver. 

Sth from Capt. Thomas Brattle. 

8th from George Brownell. 

8th from Thomas Field. 

Sth from John Brown. 

7th from Justinian Holden. 

/th from William Shattuck, Jr. 

7th from Lieut. Peter Folsom. 

7th from Nathaniel Ladd. 

7th from Samuel Colcord. 

7th from Joseph Grant. 

7th from Nathaniel Patten. 

6th from Edward Clarke. 

6th from James Ordway. 

6th from John Calef. 

6th from Capt. Daniel Ladd. 

6th from Lieut. Abijah Haynes. 

6th from John Sawyer. 

5th from William Browne. 

1491 Wood, William Benj.\min, M.D., New York. 4495 
9th from Gov. Roger Conant. 
9th from John Prescott. 



NEIV YORK. 

General Society No. 



9th from Gregory Stone. 
8th from Gov. Thomas Roberts. 
8th from Judge Henry Green. 
8th from Lot Conant. 
8th from John Smith. 
8th from Thomas Sawyer. 
8th from ElHs Barron. 
8th from John Hutchins. 
8th from Capt. Samuel Stone, Sr. 
8th from John Blanford. 
8th from Lieut. Henry Adams. 
8th from Sergt. Thomas Pierce. 
8th from Thomas Browne. 
7th from Nathaniel Robbins. 
7th from Jonathan Byles. 
7th from John Chase, ist. 
7th from John Haynes. 
7th from Lieut. Nathaniel Wilder. 
7th from John Folsom. 
7th from Capt. John Gilman. 
7th from Sergt. John Eme^\^ 
7th from William Patten. 
7th from Samuel Stone, 2nd. 
7th from John Conant. 
7th from David Stone. 
7th from Josiah Whitcomb. 
7th from John Adams. 
6th from Justinian Holden. 
6th from William Shattuck. Jr. 
6th from Lieut. Peter Folsom. 
6th from Nathaniel Ladd. 
6th from Samuel Colcord. 
5th from Edward Clarke. 
5th from James Ordway. 
71 



NEIV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

5th from John Calef . 

Sth from Capt. Daniel Ladd. 

1455 WooDiN, WiLLi.\M Hartman, New York. 4351 
9th from Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
9th from Thomas Gregson. 
Sth from Lieut. William Buss. 
Sth from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 
Sth from Deacon Francis Chickering. 
Sth from James Hosmer. 
Sth from Henry Kenney ( Kinney ) . 
Sth from Henry Burt. 
7th from Stephen Paine. 
7th from Joseph Buss. 
7th from John Smith. 
7th from Thomas Kenney (Kinney). 
7th from Commissaiy John Root. 
7th from John Scott. 
6th from John Melvin. 
5th from Capt. Eleazer ]\Ielvin. 

1492 *WooDWARD, James Thomas. 4496 

Sth from Lieut. Philip Thomas. 
Sth from William Braithwaite. 
7th from Col. Ninian Beall. 
7th from Thomas Sprigg. 

1537 Woodward, William, New York. 4654 

Sth from Col. Ninian Beall. 
1470 WuRTS, Pierre Jay, New York. 4391 

Sth from Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 
1366 Wyckoff, Charles Rapelyea, Jr., Brooklyn. 4015 

9th from Lieut. Nicholas Stillwell. 

6th from Capt. Jeromus Remsen. 

• Deceased. 
72 



1367 Wyckoff, Clarence Johnson, Brooklyn. 4016 

9th from Lieut. Nicholas Stillwell. 
6th from Capt. Jeromus Remsen. 

1386 Yeomans, George Dallas, Lawrence, L. L 4085 
lOth from Lieut. Lion Gardiner. 



NEW YORK. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

963 Bartholf, John Henry. Lieut. -Col., U.S.A., 

Ret., Plattsburg. 2637 

4th from Col. Abraham Peter Haring. 
200 Bassett, Charles Franklin, New York. 200 
9th from Gov. Edward Winslow. 
1227 Bates, George Butterfield, New York. 3452 

8th from Rear-Admiral Thomas Graves. 
8th from Elder John Strong. 
8th from Ens. James Cutler. 
1067 Bates, William Graves, Col., N. G. N. Y., 

New York. 2947 

8th from Ens. James Cutler. 
Sth from Rear-Admiral Thomas Graves. 
8th from Elder John Strong. 
1059 Benedict, Walter St. John, Brooklyn. 2932 

7th from Dep.-Gov. William Jones. 
122 Blunt, Stanhope English, Col., U.S.A., 

Springfield, Mass. 122 

8th from Dep.-Gov. Ambrose Gibbons. 
8th from William Ballard. 
7th from Lieut.-Col. William Pepperrell. 
6th from Hon. John Frost. 
1266 Brown, Benjamin West Bonney, New York. 3619 
Sth from Thomas Flint. 
7th from Lieut. John Flint. 
689 Brown, John Barker, New York. 1457 

I ith from Nathaniel Morton. 
lOth from John Tilley. 
74 



iXElV YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

9th from Elder William Brewster. 
9th from John Howland. 
8th from Sergt. Jonathan Bliss. 
8th from Daniel Rea (Ray). 
8th from Nicholas Ide. 
8th from Capt. George Denison. 
7th from Capt. Samuel Walker. 
7th from Lieut. William Barrett. 
276 Bry.'VNt, Percy, M.D., Rahway, N. J. 276 

9th from John Tilley. 
8th from Cornet John Buck. 
8th from Capt. Edward Bangs. 
7th from Sergt. John Barker. 
7th from I-ieut. William Merrick. 

1 145 Bussing, John Stuyvesant, New York. 3132 

6th from Claude Le Maistre. 

5th from Capt. Arent Harmanse Bussing. 
41 Carhart, Amory Sibley, New York. 41 

Sth from Capt. James Blount. 

5th from Capt. Benjamin Blount. 
121 1 Dos Passos, Louis Hays, New York. 3374 

Sth from Johannes Vermilye. 

Sth from Adolf Myer (Meyer). 
1247 DwiGHT, Frederick, New York. 3600 

7th from Lieut. Thomas Trowbridge. 

7th from Col. Samuel Partridge. 

7th from Capt. Giles Hamlin. 

6th from Hon. John Hamlin. 

5th from Capt. Amos Hitchcock. 

Sth from Major William Whiting. 

9th from Nathaniel Foote, ist. 

Sth from Lieut. Robert Foote. 
75 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from William Tuttle. 

8th from John Moss. 
1300 Ends, Alanson Trask, New York. 3764 

9th from Sergt. Robert Lockwood. 

9th from Ephraim Stiles. 

9th from Gov. Thomas Welles. 

8th from William Tuttle. 

8th from Robert Parke. 

8th from Hon. Thomas Welles. 

8th from John Prescott. 

8th from Maj. Simon Willard. 

8th from Anthony Hawkins. 

7th from Benoni Learned. 

7th from Joseph Rice. 
1317 Howard-Martin, Edmund, New York. 3860 

7th from Shubael Stearns. 
329 Howell, William, Corning. 329 

6th from Edward Howell. 
354 Innis, Hasbrouck, Poughkeepsie. 354 

8th from Corp. Coenradt Ten Eyck. 

8th from Mathese Blanshan. 

7th from Louis Du Bois. 

6th from Lieut. Soloman Du Bois. 
801 Jackson, James H., M.D., Dansville. 1886 

8th from Elder William Brewster. 
826 JuDD, Orrin Reynolds, Brooklyn. 2045 

6th from Dep.-Gov. James Bishop. 
8S5 *KiMBALL, Harold Chandler. 2270 

9th from Major Thomas Henchman. 
658 Koop, Eugene Jackson, New York. 1368 

8th from Edward Jackson. 

7th from Sebas Jackson. 

•Deceased. 
76 



NEll- YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

S65 Lane, Francis Titus Luouer, New York. 2250 
9th from William Adrianse Bennett. 
9th from Wolfert Gerritsen Van Couwenhoven. 
8th from Lieut. Thomas Hurlbiit. 
8th from Joris Jansen Rapelje. 
8th from Nicasius De Sille. 
8th from Henry Burt. 
8th from Conrad Ten Eyck. 
7th from Capt. Pieter Praa. 
7th from John Tisdale. 
7th from Johannes Van Gelder. 
7th from Lieut. Paulus Turck. 
7th from Lieut. Hendrick Ten Eyck. 
"th from Jacob Arianse Bennett. 
7th from Jan Gerritsen Couwenhoven. 
7th from Charles Fonteyn. 
7th from Jacob De Key. 
6th from Ens. Tunis Dirckse Woertman. 
6th from Abraham Luquer. 
6th from Rem Remsen. 
6th from Pieter Conselyea. 
6th from Lieut. Johannes Hoagland. 
6th from Jacob Ten Eyck. 
6th from Jacob Bennett. 
6th from Nicasius Janse Couwenhoven. 
6th from Capt. Francis Titus. 
5th from Capt. Charles Duryea. 
1308 Lines, Harvey Klapp, Flushing, L. I. 3775 

4th from Ebenezer Lines, Jr. 
6th from Judge John Ailing. 
Sth from Lieut. Francis Bell. 
8th from William Tuttle. 
8th from John Cooper. 
7th from Richard Sperry. 
77 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

1258 McGuiRE, James Clark, New York. 361 1 

7th from Major John Catlett, Jr. 

1056 McKesson, Irving, New York. 2913 

loth from Wolfert Gerretse Van Couwenhoven. 
9th from Nicasius de Sille. 
9th from Joris Jansen de Rapelje. 

1257 Moffat, R. Burnham, New York. 3610 

9th from Hon. Richard Treat. 
8th from Lieut. John HoUister. 
6th from Capt. James Judson. 

1246 MooRE, Howard Parker, Albany. 3599 

8th from John Raymond, Jr. 

1256 Palmer, Lucius Noyes, New York. 3609 

7th from Thomas Stanton. 
15 Pell, Howland, New York. 15 

9th from Gov. Nicholas Easton. 
8th from Maj. John Albro. 

1326 Pratt, Alexander Dall.\sBache, New York. 3S69 
loth from Gov. Roger Williams. 
9th from John Sayles. 
9th from Gov. Caleb Carr. 

1299 Primrose, John Selby, New York. 3763 

9th from Lieut. William Spencer. 

908 Provoost, John Moffat, Buffalo. 2467 

7th from Sergt. David Provoost. 
4th from Capt. David Provoost. 

1002 Reed, Latham Gallup, New York. 2754 

loth from John Tilley. 
9th from Hon. John Alden. 
9th from John Howland. 
78 



NEW YORK. 
State Society No. Generai. Society Mo. 

Sth from Capt. John Gorham. 
8th from Capt. James Avery. 
Sth from Capt. Thomas Miner. 

911 *RiCHARDS, Jeremiah. 2470 

7th from Joseph Foster. 

989 Roe, Charles Francis, Major-Gen., N. G. 

N. Y., New York. 2715 

6th from Abraham Foster. 
6th from Capt. Leonard Lewis. 

277 Micki.e-Saltonstall, Andrew Hutchins, 

New York. 2jy 

9th from Rutgers Jacobsen VanSchoenderwoerdt. 
Sth from Harman Rutgers. 
Sth from Hon. Richard Russell. 

1343 Shirley, Rufus George, New York. 3894 

Sth from Mathese Blanshan. 

920 Smith, Howard Caswell, New York. 2479 

Sth from John Ogden. 

Sth from Samuel Boardman. 

7th from Hon. Richard Treat. 

7th from John Lattimer. 

6th from Lieut. James Treat. 
174 SuYDAM, Walter Lispenard, First Lieuten- 
ant, Quartermaster Veteran Corps 
OF Artillery, N. Y., 191 i. New York. 174 

9th from Sergt. Cornelius Barentsen Sleght. 

Sth from David Atwater. 

5th from Capt. Anthony Lispenard, Jr. 

804 Taylor, John Myers, Albany. 1889 

5th from Lieut. Johannes Snyder. 

*Deceased. 

79 



NEW YORK. 
SiAfE Society No. General Society No. 

I200 Thomas, Robert McKean, New York. 33^4 

7th from Obadiah Holmes. 
7th from Capt. Simon Ray. 

465 Underbill, Frederic Edgar, New York. 872 

7th from Ensign. Joseph Lawrence. 
6th from Jacob Dyckman. 

765 Vander Veer, Edgar Albert, M.D., Albany. 1666 
9th from Col. Oloff Stephenzen Van Cortlandt. 
9th from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
8th from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

74 Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt Schuyler, New 

York. 74 

8th from Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 
6th from Lieut. Robert Livingston, Jr. 

649 Watson, Charles Pixley, Plattsburg. 130S 

7th from Major William Whiting. 

1253 Weisse, Faneuil Suydam, M.D., New York. 3606 
9th from Mathese Blanshan. 
9th from Wolfert Gerretse Van Couwenho\'en. 
Sth from Sergt. Cornelius Bartensen Sleght. 
8th from Capt. Jacob Wolfertse Van Couwen- 

hoven. 
6th from Lieut. Rick Van Suydam. 
5th from Adjutant Jacob Sebring. 

265 Wilcox, Reynold Webb, M.D., New York. 265 
7th from Major Simon Willard. 

1295 Winant, Frederick, New York. 3759 

Sth from Corp. John Wilde. 
7th from Capt. Jonathan Wright. 
7th from John Griffen. 



"TPABLET proposed to be erected in igi2 by the Society 
in the State of New York to commemorate the 
capture of Fort St. Frederic and the erection of Fort 
Amherst at Crown Point, Lake Champlain, A.D. 1759. 



P' '■"*i'kA.'tjL.;^wii-<ii II iiittiiMiii^aaiwMBa— aamn 




NEIV YORK. 
3TATE Society No. General Society No. 

6th from Richard Wilde. 

6th from Jacob Griffen. 

5th from Corp. Thomas Wilde. 

306 *YouNG, William Hopkins. 306 

8th from Lieut. David Wilton. 
7th from Capt. Samuel Marshall. 
7th from Dep.-Gov. James Bishop. 
6th from Capt. Joseph Hawley. 



NEW YORK. 



Iln fIDemonam. 



659 George Birch Abbott, died Feb. 10, 1908. 

405 Henry Herschel Adams, died May 6, 1906. 

1259 George Albert Allin, died Feb. 2, 1911. 

450 Conway Hillyar Arnold, Capt., U. S. A., died April 

188 Joseph Clark Baldwin, died Oct. i, 1910. 

679 Anthony Bleecker Banks, died Aug. 6, 1910. 

302 David Banks, died March 11, 1911. 

298 Theodore Melvin Banta, died Sept. 17, 1910. 

1216 Donald McLean Barstow, M.D., died June 6, 1906. 

604 Franklin Bartlett, died April 23, 1909. 

108 James William Beekman, died Aug. 7, 1908. 

808 Frank Sherman Benson, died Feb. 28, 1907. 

390 William Greene Binney, died Aug. 3, 1909. 

607 Eugene Bissell, died Aug. 28, 1909. 

H63 Charles Edward Boynton, died Feb. 21, 1906. 

514 Frederick Lines Bradley, died Dec. 4, 1910. 

240 Cephas Brainerd, died Dec. i6, 1910. 

1260 Martin Wiltsie Brett, died Nov. i, 1907. 
888 Charles Holbrook Brown, died Aug. 2, 1909. 

1437 Dr. Frederic Tilden Brown, died May, 1910. 

503 Paul Richard Brown, M.D., Maj., U. S. A., died May 

31, 1906. 

731 Foster Abel Kimball Bryan, died Dec. 21, 1909. 

135 Henry Percival Butler, died Oct. 25, 1910. 

I Samuel Victor Constant, died June 13, 1909. 

1319 Clarke Winslow Crannell, died Nov. 13, 1910. 

187 William Gilbert Davies, died July 26, 1910. 

1077 Philip Schuyler de Luze, died June 11, 1909. 

713 Peter Deyo, died March, 190S. 

1061 Francis Edward Doughty, M.D., died Dec. 28, 1906. 

27 Anson Treat Downes, died July 22, 190S. 

230 Edgar Swartwout Dudley, Brig-Gen., U. S. A., died 

Jan. 9, 1911. 

312 Smith Ely, died July i, 1911. 



NEW YORK. 



820 Charles Henry Farnam, died Sept. 24, 1909. 

358 Louis Fitzgerald, died Oct. 6, 1908. 

436 Morris Cooper Foote, Brig-Gen., U. S. A., died Oct. 6, 

1905. 

460 Wallace Turner Foote, Jr., died Dec. 17, 1910. 

434 William Curtis Forbush, Col., U. S. A., died Jan. 15, 

1906. 

1035 Linus Elisha Fuller, died Nov. 13, 1910. 

971 Francis Perkins Furnald, died March 11, 1907. 

880 Rev. Joseph Gamble, died Aug. 8, 1909. 

122S William Winton Goodrich, died Nov. 21, 1906. 

7ro Nathan Guilford, died May ir, 1907. 

1335 Clarence Eugene Gunther, M.D., died June 12, 1909. 

844 Benjamin Doughty Hicks, died Sept. 19, 1906. 

1255 CoRT. Roadside Hincken, died April 12, 1907. 

1043 Edwin Albro Howell, died Jan. 2, 1909. 

913 Clarence Melville Hyde, died Nov. 23, 1908. 

441 Francis Joseph Ives, Major, U. S. A., died Nov. 27, 
1908. 

799 Ralph Olmsted Ives, died Dec. 5, 1909. 

881 John Johnstone, died Dec. 17, 1909. 

1330 Arthur Collins Ketcham, died Nov. i, 1906. 

885 Harold Chandler Kimball, died Feb. i, 1911. 

917 Philip Ferdinand Kobbe, died Sept. 21, 1906. 

741 Smith Edward Lane, died Feb. i, 1909. 

1298 William B.ateman Leeds, died June 23, 1908. 

142 William Fisher Lewis, died March i, 1908. 

1362 OcTAvus Bailey Libbey-, died Aug. 28, 1907. 

1209 John Riley Livermore, died 1906. 

723 Walter Seth Logan, died July 20, 1906. 

1054 Joseph Edwin Potter Lord, died May i, 1907. 

120S Robert Barclay Macpherson, died Aug. 28, 1907. 

715 William Charles McMillan, died Feb. 21, 1907. 

46 Charles Benjamin Miller, died Dec. 8, 1908. 

877 James Eglington Montgo.mery, died 1909. 

ion Charles Morgan, died May 14, 1908. 

906 Louis Segur Morgan, died Sept. 4, 1908. 

279 Robert Webb Morgan, died April 17, 1911. 

701 Wilhelmus Mynderse, died Nov. 15, 1906. 

H84 Henry Denton Nicoll, M.D., died Oct. 27, 190S. 



NEIV YORK. 



846 HosMER Buckingham Parsons, died April 14, 1908. 

1287 George Lyman Peck, died Feb. 3, 1907. 

1340 McLadrin Jameson Pickering, died Feb. 20, 1907. 

1009 Thomas Collier Platt, died March 6, 1910. 

873 Frederick Augustus Plumb, died July 20, 1909. 

1074 Joseph Wesley Pressey', died May 23, 1910. 

197 Lyman Rhoades, died Marcii 6, 1907. 

117 John Lawrence Riker, died July 6, 1909. 

987 Charles Palmer Robinson, died Aug. 13, 1906. 

997 George Rowland, died July 7, 1907. 

207 William Hamilton Russell, died July 23, 1907. 

863 William Tibbits Salter, died Jan. 8, 1908. 

60 George Richard Schieffelin, died Oct. 24, 1910. 

1006 George Starr Scofield, died April 15, 1908. 

477 William Bleecker Seaman, died March 29, 1907. 

869 Charles Stewart Smith, died Nov. 30, 1909. 

798 Samuel Goodman Stanley', died June 2, 1909. 

119 Rev. Charles Ellis Stevens, died Aug. 28, 1906. 

720 Enoch Vine Stoddard, M.D., died June 6, 1908. 

1271 Edward Coleman Talcott, died Jan. 27, 1908. 

43 Frederick Diodati Thompson, died Oct. 10, 1906. 

65 Charles Hotchkiss Trowbridge. 

929 Charles Henry Truax, died Jan. 16, 1910. 

836 Theodore Campbell Turner, died Dec. i, 1910. 

185 Abraham Van Wyck Van Vechten, died Aug. 

1906. 

48 James M. Varnum, died March 26, 1907. 

843 James William Walsh, died June 4, 1908. 

206 Sylvester L'Hommedieu Ward, died Oct. 25, 1910. 

388 John Henry Washburn, died Dec. 23, 1909. 

958 Levi Candee Weir, died March, 28, 1910. 

1182 William Joseph Westcote, died Jan. 7, 1911. 

921 Charles W.adsworth Whitney, died Jan. 8, 1908. 

956 Charles Howard Williams, died Feb. 27, 1909. 

602 Norman Alton Williams, died Nov. 4, 1910. 

1296 John Daniel Wing, died Jan. i, 1910. 

1492 James Thomas Woodward, died April 10, 1910. 

829 Peter Wyxkoff, died Feb. 9, 1910. 

306 William Hopkins Young, died Dec. i, 1909. 



84 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Govcriwr. 
*Rear-Admiral Edward Shippen, M.D., U.S.N. 

Deputy-Governor. 
Richard McCall Cadwalader. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
Frederick Prime^ A.M., Ph.D. 

Sceretary. 

Edward S. Sayres, 

217 South 3rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Treasurer. 
William Macpherson Hornor. 

Registrar. 
T. Hewson Bradford, M.D. 

Historian. 
Gregory B. Keen, LL.D. 

Chaplain. 

Rt. Rev. Cortlandt Whitehead, S.T.D. 

Bishop of Pittsburgh. 

•Deceased. 

8S 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Ending 1912. 
Edwin Swift Balch, 
John T. Lewis, Jr., 
George Brinton Phillips. 

Term Ending 1913. 
S. Davis Page, 
John Thompson Spencer, 
Joseph B. Godwin. 

Term Ending 1914. 
Dr. Richard A. Cleemann, 
George Cuthbert Gillespie, 
William Lyttleton Savage. 



'T~'AT!1-ET erected by ilie Sociecy in the Commonwe 
of rcnnsylvania at the south entrance of the 
Hall in Philadelphia, Tennsylvania, in coramemora 
(if the Swedish Settlements on the Delaware, T638-1 
I'he Tablet was unveileil with appropriate ceremonlr 
February oth, 1909. 



settlements;^ 

iNTHEDEtAWAfl 



^^m^mM 



J^^r^^^^^^^^m 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1S99-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

269 Baird, Oliver Hopkinson, Philadelphia. 4189 

5th from Thomas Hopkinson. 

278 Barratt, Norris Stanley, Philadelphia. 44/0 

8th from John Curtis. 

280 Brown, John Douglass, Philadelphia. 4564 

4th from Ens. John Douglass. 

281 Cadwalader, Thomas, Fort Washington. 4565 

4th from Dr. Thomas Cadwalader. 

279 Castle, William Henry, Philadelphia. 4513 

3rd from Capt. Zebulon Butler. 

259 CuRWEN, Samuel Moore, Philadelphia. 41 12 

4th from Rev. Charles Beatty. 

255 Elliot, Richard McCall, Bryn Mawr. 4054 

4th from Ens. Asa Elliot. 
261 Fahnestock, James Frederick, Jr., New York 

City. 41 14 

8th from Gov. George Wyllis. 
287 Fisher, James Henry, Scranton. 4645 

7th from Maj. John Mason. 
264 Fiske, Louis Samuel, Philadelphia. 4148 

4th from Nathan Fiske. 

256 FuRBER, William Copeland, Merchantville, 

N. J. 4052 

6th from Lieut.-Col. William Pepperrell. 

260 Gest, Alexander Purves, Trenton, N. J. 41 13 

5th from Capt. Thomas Cooch. 
5th from Gayen Miller. 
87 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

270 Gilpin, Francis Hopkinson, Philadelphia. 4235 
5th from Thomas Hopkinson. 

273 Godfrey, Lincoln, Philadelphia. 4362 

Sth from Col. George Godfrey. 
2^2 Hall, William Penn-Gaskell, Philadelphia. 4327 

7th from William Penn. 
277 Harris, Clinton G.\rdner, Philadelphia. 4469 

7th from Capt. Daniel Brodhead. 

258 Hatfield, Henry Reed, Philadelphia. 4056 

7th from Capt. Albert Heymanse Roosa. 
6th from Col. Henry Pawling. 
5th from Lieut. John Pawling. 

283 Horner, Inman, Philadelphia. 4567 

6th from Col. Gerard Fowke. 
282 Krumbhaar, Alexander, Philadelphia. 4566 

6th from Capt. George Brent. 

274 Landreth, David, Bristol. 4363 

6th from Maj.-Gen. John Bradstreet. 

275 Lennig, George Grossmann, Philadelphia. 4377 

Sth from Lieut. Lion Gardiner. 
276 Marston, Lieut. John, 3d, Portsmouth, N. H. 4436 
5th from Lieut. John Marston. 

290 Meredith, Philip Taliaferro, Harrisburg. 4658 

7th from Gov. Thomas Smith. 

265 Milne, Caleb Jones, Jr., Philadelphia. 4149 

7th from Jedediah Allen. 
7th from Walter Newberry. 

291 Milne, David, Philadelphia. 4687 

7th from Walter Newberry. 



T^ABLET erected by the Society in the Commonwealih 
of Pennsylvania at the south entrance of the City 
Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in commemoration 
of the Dutch Settlements on the Delaware, 1623-1664. 
'I'he Tablet was unveiled with appropriate ceremonies on 
l-ebruarv nh, ir,n,j. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

286 Perkins, Rowan Penrose, Philadelphia. 4632 

7th from Tobias Leech. 
263 Phillips, Morris Shallcross, Wynnewood. 4146 

5th from Ens. John Ormsby. 
267 Raymond, Henry Warren, Philadelphia. 4187 

8th from Gen. Constant Southworth. 
257 RuNK, Louis Barcroft, Philadelphia. 4055 

lOth from Henry Andrews. 

9th from Col. Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

9th from Anthony Stanyan. 

9th from Capt. John Gallup. 

Sth from Col. Jeremias Rensselaer. 

8th from Capt. Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

8th from Peter Hill. 

Sth from Lieut. Roger Plaisted. 

Sth from Capt. John Pickering, Jr. 

Sth from Lieut. Samuel Wheelwright. 

Sth from Capt. John Tuttle, Jr. 

Sth from Sergt. -Major Charles Frost. 

Sth from Capt. Henry Hodges. 

Sth from James Leonard. 

7th from Capt. Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 

7th from Maj. Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 

7th from John Quimby. 

7th and 6th from Capt. John Hill. 

7th from John Plaisted. 

7th from Col. John Wheelwright. 

6th from Elisha Plaisted. 

6th from Col. Thomas Wallingford. 

6th from Maj. John Hill, Jr. 

6th from Col. George Godfrey. 

5th from Capt. John Ten Broeck. 

5th from Capt. Elisha Hill. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

266 Silvester, Learoyd, Philadelphia. 4150 

9th from Capt. Samuel Brocklebank. 
8th from Capt. Stephen Greenleaf. 
5th from Capt. Hezekiah Hutchins. 

284 Smith, Albert York, Pittsburgh. 4568 

8th from Thomas Miner. 

285 Smith, Thomas Kilby, Philadelphia. 4631 

9th from Capt. Thomas Willett. 

7th from Chief Justice Arthur Cooke. 

7th from Capt. William Brown, Jr. 

7th from Ens. John Kilby. 

7th from Jedediah Allen. 

7th from Chief Justice John Symcock. 

7th from Col. Samuel Checkley. 

7th from Lieut. Richard Stockton. 

6th from Comet Peter Ayer. 

6th from Rev. Robert Jordan. 

6th from Maj. John Bowles. 

5th from Rev. Nathaniel Walter. 

5th from Benjamin Lynde, Jr. 

3rd from Dr. Gottfried Christian Schmidt. 

288 Stevens, John Conyngham, Rydal. 4646 

4th from Capt. Zebulon Butler. 

268 Wain WRIGHT, Clement Reeves, Philadelphia. 4188 
5th from Capt. Richard McWilliams. 

271 Williams, David Evans, Bala. 4236 

6th from Dr. Thomas Wynne. 

262 Williams, Reed Augustus, Jr., Philadelphia. 41 15 
7th from Dr. Thomas Wynne. 

289 Wright, Harrison Baldwin, Bala. 4647 

5th from Rev. Samuel Whittlesey. 
90 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

79 Brice, Philip PIoward, Philadelphia. 674 

5th from John Brice. 
7th from James Frisby. 
7th from Matthias Vander Leyden. 
7th from Samuel Young. 
6th from Dr. Charles Carroll. 
6th from Richard Tilghman. 
6th from James Lloyd. 
5th from Matthew Tilghman. 
5th from William Tilghman. 

177 Cox, John Lyman, Philadelphia. 2171 

7th from Ens. Erasmus Stevens. 
7th from Lieut. Daniel White. 
5th from Lieut. Benjamin Lyman. 
5th from Maj. Moses Deshon. 

6 HoRNOR, William Macpherson, Philadelphia. 144 
4th from Lieut. Joseph Stout, R.N. 

62 Prime, Frederick, A.M., Ph.D., Philadelphia. 459 
7th from Capt. James Sands. 

71 Starr, Isaac, Jr., Philadelphia. 469 

9th from Maj. Thomas Savage. 
7th from Samuel Levis. 
5th from Richard Saltar, Jr. 
4th from Lieut. Lynford Lardner. 

250 Tyler, George Trotter, M.D., Owens- 

boro, Ky. 2916 

6th from Robert Carter Nicholas. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Iln nDcmoriam. 



73 Frakcis Olcott Allen, died Dec. 3, 1909. 

95 Henry Hobart Bellas, Capt. U. S. A., died July 3, 

1906. 
II Edwin N. Benson, died April ig, 1909. 
98 William Foster Biddle, died Aug. 10, 1910. 
33 John Hill Brinton, M.D., died March 18, 1907. 
205 Charles Percy De La Roche, M.D., died March 13, 

1907. 
52 Henry Kuhl Dillard, died March 7, 1907. 

169 Persifor Frazer, M.D., died April 7, 1909. 
193 Greville Edward Fryer, died July 28, 1908. 
277 Clinton Gardner Harris, died Feb. 24, 1910. 
155 Frank Haseltine, died July 18, 1910. 

142 W. Wharton Hollingsvvorth, M.D., died Dec, 14, 

1907. 
61 John Marston, died Jan. 31, 1910 
126 Thomas David Pearce, died May 30, 1907. 
63 Washington Bleddyn Powell, died April 26, 1910. 
145 Alexander Wilson Russell, Rear Admiral, U. S. N., 

died Nov. 26, 1908. 
247 Dallas Sanders, died May 27, 1907. 
46 Rear-Admiral Edward Shippen, M.D., U. S. N., died 
June 16, 1911. 

170 Clement Grubb Smith, died March 11, 1910. 

163 Major Albert Laurence Wetherill, died June 25th, 

1908. 
131 John Price Wetherill, died Nov. 9, 1906. 
66 Charles Williams, died Nov. 10, 1910. 
262 Reed Augustus Williams, Jr., died March 28, 190S. 
192 Samuel Williams, died June 18, 1908. 



OFFICERS OF TFIE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND. 

Governor. 
Henry Barton Jacobs, M.D. 

Deputy-Governor. 
William Bowly Wilson. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
George Norbury Mackenzie. 

Secretary. 
Murray Peabody Brush, M.D. 
1019 No. Calvert St., Baltimore. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
Edward Ferguson Arthurs. 

Treasurer. 
William Mozart Haydex. 

Historian. 
Andrew Cross Trippe. 

Registrar. 
Richard Mareen Duvall. 

Chancellor. 
McHenry Howard. 

Surgeon. 
Walter Brewster Platt, M.D. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Henry Branch, D.D. 

93 



■MARYLAND. 

GENTLEMEN OF COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring 1912. 
William Bullock Clark, 
John Philemon Paca, 
John Shurman Tapscott. 

Term Expiring 1913. 
Robert Burton, 
Benjamin Howell Griswold, 
Aloysius Leo Knott. 

Term Expiring 1914. 
Bennett Bernard Browne, M.D. 
James Teakle Dennis, 
Henry Abert Orrick. 



/^N Xoveniber 2Ist, I908, the 275th anniversary ot the 
sailing of the tirst colonists from England for 
Maryland, the bronze statue of t'ecilius Calvert. Second 
l.iinl Baltimore, was unveiled in the presence of the 
liovernor of the State with his Staff, the Mayor of Balti- 
more, and many other officials. Tfie statue, which is of 
heroic size, stands on an elevated pedestal of white 
marble, placed upon the steps of the Western facade of 
the Court House. The front of the pedestal bears the 
arms of I'alvert. and below is the inscription : 
" Cecilius Calvert 
1606-1675 
Founder of Maryland." 
The suli-base has the following : " Krected under the 
auspices of The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Maryland. November 21, moS, DeCouney Wright Thoni 
iK-iuK Cuvi-rnor of the .Society,' 

riie rear face of the pedestal has the following ins. rip- 
lion : -Cecilius Calvert, Baron Baltimore of Baltiinor." 
in the Kingdom of Ireland, .\bsolule Lord and Proprie 
lary of the Provinces of Maryland and Avalon in America, 
will), on November 13, 1633, with the cooperation and 
assent of the first colonists, proclaimed in England, and 
on March 25, 1634, established in the Palatinate of 
Maryland fertile first time in the English-speaking world 
freedom of religious worship according to any Christian 
form, and separation of Church and State." 



MARYLAND. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

166 Bareoll, Lewin Wethered, Baltimore. 4642 

7th from Lieut. Gunning Bedford. 
143 Baughman, Edwin Austin, Frederick. 4066 

I ith from Gov. Leonard Calvert. 

167 Berry, Jasper Mauduit, Jr., Baltimore. 4643 

9th from James Berry. 
152 Berry, Thomas Lansdale, Baltimore. 4328 

9th from James Berry. 
9th from Richard Duke. 
8th from William Berry. 
8th from Capt. Thomas Claggett. 
8th from Hon. John Dorsey. 

156 Branch, Rev. Henry, D.D., Baltimore. 4465 

9th from Christopher Branch. 
5th from Capt. David Bell. 
4th from Henry Bell. 

149 Colston, Frederick Morgan, Baltimore. 4080 
8th from Col. George Mason, Sr. 

142 Gibson, George t'hornburg Macaulay, Balti- 
more. 4028 
8th from Tobias Leach. 

146 Gregg, Maurice, Baltimore. 4069 

lOth from William Barton. 
9th from William Hungerford. 
8th from Capt. William Barton. 
6th from Basil Lucas. 
95 



MARYLAND. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

i6o Hancock, James Eichelberger, Baltimore. 4569 

8th from Stephen Hancock. 
141 Hendrick, Calvin Wheeler, Bahimore. 2198 

/th from Lieut. William Winston. 

165 HoDGDON, Alexander Lewis, M.D., St. Mary's 

Co., Maryland. 4641 

loth from Maj. Simon Willard. 

157 Howard, John Duvall, Baltimore. 4466 

5th from Benjamin Chew. 

163 Hull, John Baker Thompson, Baltimore. 4554 
9th from Col. William Ball, Sr. 

144 Jones, Arthur Lafayette, Baltimore. 4067 

8th from Maj. -Gen. John Hammond. 
8th from Col. Nicholas Greenbury. 
7th from John Moale. 

162 Lee, Howard Hall Macy. Baltimore. 4553 

loth from Maj. Edward Dorsey. 

148 Merritt, Robert Gwathmey, NewYorkCity. 4079 
9th from Major Joseph Wickes. 

153 Middleton, N.\than Atherton, Baltimore. 4382 
9th from James Harrison. 

161 Morgan, John Hurst, Baltimore. 455^ 

loth from Hon. John Dorsey. 

145 Payne, George Houson, Baltimore. 4068 

5th from Capt. William Edmonds. 

151 Payne, George Houson, Jr., Baltimore. 4252 

6th from Capt. William Edmonds. 

155 Peirce, William Henry, Baltimore. 4384 

7th from Major Nicholas Shapleigh. 
96 



Seal of the Society 

in the 
State of Maryland 



iTATE Society No. General Societt No. 

164 Pennington, Josias, Baltimore. 4599 

loth from Edward Lloyd, ist. 

147 Sheib, Samuel Henry, Nashville, Tenn. 4078 

loth from Anthony Elton. 
9th from Samuel Cole. 
9th from Robert Heaton. 
9th from George Mount. 
Sth from William Budd. 
8th from Lieut. Richard Mount. 
Sth from Maj. William Combes. 
Sth from Lieut. Richard Stockton. 
Sth from Daniel Sexton. 
7th from Capt. John Davis. 
7th from Samuel Cole, 2nd. 

154 Stockbridge, Henry, 3rd, Baltimore. 4383 

loth from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 

159 Sutton, Eben, Baltimore. 4468 

6th from Richard Sutton. 

168 Thompson, Eustis, Baltimore 4644 

Sth from James Saunders. 

150 Waters, John Seymour Taliaferro, Balti- 
more. 4251 
9th from Lieut. Edward Waters. 
9th from Nathaniel Littleton. 
Sth from Col. Southey Littleton. 
Sth from Lieut. -Col. William Waters. 
5th from Thomas Barbour. 

155 Williamson, Thomas Wilson. Baltimore. 4467 

loth from Christopher Thomas. 
9th from Duncan (Derek) Williamson. 
9th from Joris Jansen Rapalje. 
97 



MARyLAND. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF ME^IBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

139 DuvALL, R1CH.A.RD AL\REEN. Baltimore. 3890 

9th from Lieut. Philip Thomas. 
9th from Col. Thomas Sprigg. 
9th from Capt. Richard Warfield. 
9th from Col. Ninian Beall. 
8th from Capt. Samuel Magruder. 
8th from Francis King. 

112 Tyson, Malcolm Van Vechten, Baltimore. 2662 
lOth from Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 
9th from Jellis Fonda. 
9th from Cornelise Slingerland. 



■fln nDemoriam. 



124 General Louis Victor Baughman, died Dec. 29, 1906. 

74 Charles David Fisher, died Nov. 29, 1906. 

113 Daniel Coit Gilman, died Oct. 13, 1908. 

137 Frank Sherwood Hambletok, died Aug. 17, 1908. 

66 Julian Henrv Lee, died Jan. 25, 1911. 

76 James Wilson Patterson, died June 20, 190S. 

34 John Ludovicus Reed, died Feb. 15, 1908. 

16 Thom.as Marsh S.viith, died April 4, 1908. 

II John S.wage Willia.ms, died Jan. 17, 1907. 

120 William Thomas Wilson, died Dec. 5, 1907. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Governor. 
Joseph Grafton Minot. 

Deputy-Governor. 
Nathaniel Johnson Rust. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
Roger Wolcott. 

Secretary. 

Edward Webster McGlenen. 

5 Old Court House, Boston. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
Walter Kendall Watkins. 

Treasurer. 
Charles Sherburne Penhallow. 

Registrar. 
Paul Mascarene Hubbard. 

Historian. 
B.ARRETT Wendell. 

Genealogist. 
Walter Kendall Watkins. 

Chancellor. 
: Hon. Charles Upham Bell. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

Surgeon. 
Charles Montraville Green, M.D. 

Cliaplain. 
Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, D.D. 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Henry Morton Lovering, 

Moses Greeley Parker, M.D., 

William Crowninshield Endicott, 

Alexander Wadsworth Longfellow, 

Dawes Eliot Furness, 

Desmond Fitzgerald, 

Charles Henry Taylor, Jr., 

Samuel Hammond, 

Thomas Kittredge Cummins. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION IN 1906 OF THE FIRST SUPPLE- 
MENT TO THE GENERAL REGIS- 
TER OF 189Q-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

655 Aldrich, Talbot B.\iley, Boston. 43 iS 

7th from Capt. John Woodman. 

700 Appleton, Charles Brooks, Brookline. 4665 

6th from Maj. Samuel Appleton. 

702 Atherton, William, Boston. 4676 

7th from Maj. -Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

648 Atwood, Luther, Lynn. 4291 

8th from Samuel Winsley. 

8th from Ens. Orlando Bagley. 

8th from Lieut. John Weed. 

7th from Capt. Robert Wadleigh. 

7th from John Huntington. 

7th from John Martin. 

7th from Capt. Philip Nelson. 

7th from Robert Swan. 

6th from John Ash. 

5th from William Whitticker. 

611 Baker, Frederic Wallace, Bridgeport, Conn. 4039 
8th from Richard Baker. 
8th from Capt. Peter Hunt. 

634 Ballard, Willis Dana, Holyoke. 4221 

Sth from Capt. William Carpenter. 
7th from William Ballard. 
7th from Joseph Houlton. 

649 Beardsell, George Richardson, Lynn. 4^9- 

8th from Sergt. John Plympton. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
JTATE Society No. General Society No. 

703 Benton, Everett Chamberlin, Boston. 4677 

7th from Joseph Chamberlin. 

650 Berry, Henry Newhall, Lynn. 4293 

4th from Joseph Breeden. 

677 Boardman, Waldo Elias, Boston. 4441 

7th from Capt. Jonathan Poole. 
695 Bond, Charles Parkhurst, Waltham. 4528 

4th from Nathaniel Harrod. 

647 BoTSFORD, Harry Gordon, Boston. 4264 

9th from Richard Warren. 
8th from Lieut.-Col. Samuel Miller. 

692 Breed, Francis Stewart, Lynn. 457° 

7th from Ebenezer Burrill. 

661 Breed, George Herbert, Lynn. 4344 

7th from Capt. William Bassett. 
4th from Richard Sutton. 

673 Brooks, Frederick, Concord. 4425 

9th from Capt. Myles Standish. 
8th from Capt. Thomas Brooks. 
8th from Capt. John Gorham. 
7th from Dr. Thomas Boylston. 
7th from Lieut.-Col. John Gorham. 
6th from Capt. Samuel Brooks. 
4th from Hon. Nathaniel Gorham. 

704 Brown, Harry Lamprey, Boston. 4678 

6th from Hon. John Sanborn. 

667 Bruce, Webster, Lynn. 4367 

5th from Capt. Thomas Cresap. 

662 Butterfield, Charles Buckingham, Boston. 4345 

4th from Nathaniel Nason. 
103 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

6i8 Cameron, Donald McLennan, Westford. 4126 
5th from Lieut. John Flint. 

635 Chester, Walstein Roath, Boston. 4222 

Sth from Elder William Brewster. 

636 Childe, John Healey, Boston. 4223 

5th from Joshua Bigelow. 

601 Clark, Eliot Albert, Pittsfield. 4003 

7th from Sergt. John Clark. 
9th from William Bradley. 
9th from Capt. John Johnson. 
9th from Capt. Thomas Munson. 
9th from Hon. John Alden. 
Sth from William Pabodie. 

681 Crane, Roy Elwood, Medford. 4453 

9th from Hon. John Alden. 
9th from Thomas Buckland. 
Sth from John Allen. 
Sth from John Porter. 
Sth from Capt. Myles Standish. 
7th from Lieut. Jonathan Crane. 

612 Crawford, Rev. George Artemas, Chaplain, 

U.S.N., Ret., Brookline. 4040 

Sth from Robert Page. 

668 Crocker, David, Barnstable. 43GS 

7th from Col. Edward Bacon. 
7th from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 
7th from John Howland. 
6th from Lieut. John Howland. 
6th from Nathaniel Bacon. 
6th from William Crocker. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

637 Cummins, Thomas Kittredge, Milton. 4224 

7th from Isaac Cummings. 

631 Daniels, Edwin Alfred, M.D., Boston. 4168 

loth from Capt. William French. 
9th from William Bassett. 
9th from Lieut. Richard Ellis. 
9th from William Crouch. 
8th from Capt. Thomas White. 
5th from Capt. Jeremiah Daniel. 

670 Daniels, Richard IIolbrook, Boston. 4406 

nth from Capt. William French. 
loth from William Bassett. 
loth from Lieut. Richard Ellis. 
loth from William Crouch. 

9th from Capt. Thomas White. 

6th from Capt. Jeremiah Daniel. 

697 DiCKERMAN, Frank Eliot, Boston. 4591 

8th from Hon. John Alden. 

699 Dorr, Alfred, Boston. 4604 

6th from Capt. Ebenezer Dorr. 

609 DuRRELL, Harold Clarke, Cambridge. 4020 

5th from Capt. Benjamin Durrell. 

682 Eldridge, Daniel Gorham, ]\LD., Dorchester. 4454 
6th from Col. John Thacher. 

663 *Falkner, Rev. William Howard. 4346 

9th from Stephen Hart. 

638 Fall, George Howard, Maiden. 4225 

8th from Anthony Emery. 

8th from Deacon Thomas Lynde. 

♦Deceased. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

7th from Richard Tozer (Tozier). 
7th from James Emeiy. 
7th from Elder William Wentworth. 
5th from Capt. Samuel Lord. 

684 Foot, Augustus Richards, New York City. 4480 

5th from Adonijah Foote. 

685 Foot, Homer, Jr., New York City. 4481 

7th from Quartermaster Nathaniel Foote. 

613 Fuller, Percy Whitney, Newtonville. 4041 

5th from Lieut. Jeremiah Fuller. 

658 Gage, Herbert Edwin, Wellesley. 4321 

9th from Humphrey Bradstreet. 
8th from John Prescott. 
7th from Dr. Caleb Moody. 
7th from Capt. Jonas Prescott. 
6th from Maj. Joseph Varnum. 
4th from Capt. Amos Gage. 

664 Garfield, Harry Augustus, Williamstown. 2929 
7th from Capt. Benjamin Garfield. 

639 Gay, Warren Fisher, M.D., Boston. 4226 

9th from Lieut. Lion Gardiner. 

632 Glover, George Edward, Boston. 4169 

7th from Hon. John Glover. 
6th from Gov. Thomas Hinckley. 

678 Goodrich, Hazen Barnard, Haverhill. 4442 

7th from Lieut. Edward Woodman. 

616 Grafton, Rt. Rev. Charles Chapman, Fond- 

du-Lac, Wis. 4095 

6th from Capt. Timothy Phelps. 
106 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

659 H.\LL, Oliver, Hingham. 4322 

7th from Lieut. Richard Hall. 

640 Hammond, Samuel, Boston. 4227 

9th from Nicholas Simkins. 

8th from Capt. Phineas Fiske. 

7th from Jeremiah Dummer. 

6th from Col. John Chandler, 2d. 

6th from Dr. Johann Kasper Richter von Kronen- 

schildt. 
6th from Lieut. Ambrose Dawes. 

705 Harlow, Arthur Franklin, Salem. 4679 

9th from Gov. John Endicott. 

674 Hawks, Frederick Elliott, Greenfield. 4426 

8th from Capt. Samuel Sears. 
8th from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 
7th from Maj. Aaron Cook. 
6th from Capt. Aaron Cook, 2d. 
4th from John Barnard. 
4th from Lieut.-Col. John Hawks. 

610 Heathfield, Herbert D'EsTiMANviLLE, Brook- 
line. 4021 
8th from Thomas Hastings. 
8th from Gregory Stone. 
8th from Lieut. John Hammond. 
7th from Capt. Samuel Stone. 
5th from Joseph Warren. 
5th from Samuel Warren. 

641 Hitchcock, Thomas B.A.RNES, New York City. 4228 

6th from Capt. Luke Hitchcock. 

646 Hough, Benjamin Kent, Brookline. 4263 

4th from Capt. Nathaniel Balch. 
107 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

651 Hubbard, Phineas, Cambridge. 4294 

9th from Sergt. John Perkins. 
9th from Robert Page. 
9th from Capt. Christopher Hussey. 
8th from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 
8th from WilHam Sanborn. 
8th from Lieut. John Sanborne. 
8th from Deacon Wilham Crocker. 
8th from Thomas Ford. 
8th from Capt. Thomas Bradburj'. 
7th from George Hubbard. 
7th from Dr. Jasper Gunn. 
7th from Andrew Warner. 
7th from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 
7th from Thomas Nash. 
7th from Rev. Samuel Stone. 
7th from Thomas Coleman. 
7th from John Porter. 
7th from Nathaniel Foote. 
7th from ^Major Aaron Cooke. 
7th from William Westwood. 
7th from Elder John Strong. 
7th from Dr. Caleb Moody. 
7th from Deacon John Leavitt. 
7th from Rev. Samuel Dudley. 
7th from William Sanborn. 
7th from Richard Sanborne. 
7th from Samuel Robie. 
7th from John Bronson. 
7th from Thomas Riggs. 
6th from Ens. Daniel Warner. 
6th from Zachariah Field. 
6th from Sergt. Benjamin Wait. 
6th from Lieut. Timothy Nash. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society Xo. General Society No. 

6th from Lieut. Philip Smith. 
6th from Capt. Aaron Cook, 2d. 
6th from James Carr. 
6th from Moses Leavitt. 
6th from Hon. John Sanborn. 
6th from Ensign John Sanborn. 
5th from Capt. Joseph Field. 
4th from Jonathan Field. 

688 Johnson, Charles Hudson, Lynn. 45 19 

6th from Joseph Rawlins. 

642 Kimball, Clarence Houghton, Boston. 4229 

9th from Capt. Edward Johnson, Sr. 

617 Lachmund, Ralph Henry, Cambridge. 4096 

6th from Arthur Patterson. 

701 Lawrence, Harris Hooper, Boston. 4666 

Sth from Gov. Thomas Prence. 

6S9 Litchfield, Wilford Jacob, Boston. 4520 

9th from Dep.-Gov. Isaac Allerton. 
9th from Richard Bowen. 
Sth from William Arnold. 
Sth from Hugh Clarke. 
Sth from Deacon Edward Collins. 
Sth from Jacob Hewins. 
Sth from Capt. Joseph Hills. 
Sth from Nicholas Ide. 
Sth from Henry Loker. 
Sth from Deacon Ralph Monsall. 
Sth from John Rogers. 
Sth from Gregory Stone. 
Sth from John Tower. 
Sth from John Upham. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. Geneeal Society No. 

8th from Richard Waterman. 

8th from Capt. Thomas White. 

8th from Gov. Roger Williams. 

8th from Ensign Thomas Wilmarth. 

7th from Rev. Nicholas Baker. 

7th from John Bigelow. 

7th from Lieut. Isaac Buck. 

7th from Thomas Clark. 

7th from Samuel Collins. 

7th from Thomas Green. 

7th from Nicholas Ide. 

7th from Abiel Lamb. 

7th from Isaac Lamed, Sr. 

7th from Lawrence Litchfield. 

7th from Zachariah Rhodes. 

7th from Moses Simmons (Symonsen). 

7th from James Taylor. 

7th from Samuel Tyler. 

7th from Lieut. Phineas Upham. 

7th from Resolved Waterman. 

7th from Capt. Joseph White. 

7th from Samuel Woods. 

6th from Capt. Samuel Green. 

6th from Isaac Larned, Jr. 

6th from Capt. Richard Moore. 

6th from John Rhodes. 

6th from Ensign John Thompson. 

6th from Capt. Samuel Tyler. 

6th from Sergt. Joseph White. 

5th from Ensign Noah Fuller. 

5th from Ebenezer Lamb. 

5th from Nicholas Litchfield. 

5th from Lieut. Moses Tyler. 

4th from Ensign Samuel Litchfield. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

695 Litchfield, William Elias, Boston. 459^ 

8th from Lawrence Litchfield. 

669 Lowell, Payson Tucker, Boston. 4409 

5th from Abner Lowell. 

643 Macfarlane, George Sidney, Lynn. 4230 

loth from Gov. William Bradford. 
8th from Gov. Theophilus Eaton. 
7th from Dep.-Gov. William Jones. 

628 Montague, Henry Watmough, Boston. 4160 

5th from Lieut.-Col. William Pepperrell. 

690 MoRRELL, George Corydon, Boston. 4521 

9th from John Tilley. 
8th from Maj.-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
8th from Capt. William Carpenter. 
Stli from Judge Henry Green. 
8th from Samuel Hinckley. 
8th from John Howland. 
8th from John Moulton. 
8th from Roger Shaw. 
8th from Capt. Benjamin Swett. 
8th from Samuel Winsley. 
7th from Thomas Barnard. 
7th from Elder John Chipman. 
7th from Elder Henry Cobb. 
7th from Dr. Renald Fernald. 
7th from Judge Nathaniel Fryer. 
7th from John Libby. 
7th from Lieut. John Weed. 
7th from Elder William Wentworth. 
7th from Kenelm Winslow. 
6th from Hugh Cole. 
6th from Hon. Robert Eliot. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

6th from John Hinckes. 

6th from John Martin. 

6th from Lieut.-Col. William Pepperrell. 

6th from Lieut. Job Winslow. 

5th from Lieut.-Gov. John Wentworth. 

4th from Capt. Wilham Wentworth. 
696 NicKERSON, William Emery, Cambridge. 4590 

7th from William Nickerson. 
619 Odell, William Herrick Lovett, Boston. 4127 

8th from Maj. William Hathorn (e). 
624 Park, Lawrence, Groton. 4132 

8th from Maj. Thomas Savage. 
630 Pettingell, Frank Hervey, Colorado Springs, 

Colo. 4157 

7th from Nicholas Noyes. 
675 Prince, Charles John, Boston. 4427 

9th from Gov. Roger Williams. 

8th from Gov. Caleb Carr. 

8th from Capt. Randall Holden. 

8th from Dep.-Gov. John Greene. 

7th from Capt. ]\Iatthew Fuller. 
614 Richardson, Samuel William, Chelsea. 4042 

5th from Stephen Richardson. 
665 Richardson, William Streeter, Boston. 4347 

9th from Capt. Joseph Flills. 

8th from Capt. Richard Leach. 

8th from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf. 

7th from Francis Wyman. 

7th from Stephen Swett. 

7th from Ensign Richard Kettell. 

7th from Corp. Joseph Herrick. 

7th from Sergt. John Emery. 

6th from Sergt. Samuel Kettell. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

6th from Henry Bodwell. 

6th from Sergt. John Badger. 

5th from Sergt. Joseph Richardson. 
629 RoTCH, William, Boston. 4158 

9th from Thomas Gardner. 

8th from Tristram Coffin. 

8th from Thomas Macy. 

8th from Edward Starbuck. 

7th from Gov. Walter Clarke. 

6th from Col. Thomas Willett. 
620 RucKER, William Colby, M.D., U. S. Hospital 

Service. 4128 

4th from William Colby. 
693 Scott, Henry Edwards, Medford. 4571 

7th from Capt. John Thaxter. 

6th from Col. Samuel Thaxter. 

5th from Lieut.-Col. John Kingsbury. 

4th from Maj. Samuel Thaxter. 

4th from John Scott. 

666 Sears, Frank Irving, Webster. 4348 

8th from Richard Seal's. 
644 Snow, William Brown, Maiden. 4231 

9th from John Gallop (Gallup). 
657 Sprague, George Everett, Lynn. 43-0 

9th from Hon. John Gilman. 

9th from Gov. Roger Williams. 

Sth from Gov. Caleb Carr. 

7th from Jonathan Sprague. 
706 Sprague, Rufus William, Boston. 4691 

6th from Capt. John Sprague. 
687 Stevenson, John McAllister, Pittsfield. 4514 

4th from Lieut. Marshall Newton. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

679 Steinmetz, Spencer Janney, Boston. 4443 

8th from Dr. Thomas Wynne. 
683 Stiles, James Arthur, Gardner. 4455 

4th from Lieut. Jacob Stiles. 

621 *SWAIN, CH.A.RLES ElWOOD. 41 29 

7th from Maj. Jeremiah Swain. 

622 Swain, William Newman, Boston. 4130 

7th from Maj. Jeremiah Swain. 
686 Taylor, Ezra Wilmarth Bartlett, Haver- 
hill. 4482 

6th from Thomas Dustin. 
625 Thurston, John Henry, Cambridge. 41 51 

6th from Daniel Thurston. 
645 Upham, Henry Warren, Maiden. 4232 

8th from John Upham. 

/th from Lieut. Phineas Upham. 

6th from Deacon Phineas Upham. 
694 Ver Planck, Edward Durbrow, Brookline. 4572 

5th from Ensigii Philip Ver Planck. 
608 *Wade, Joseph Morrison. 4009 

3rd from Asa Plummer. 

652 Wardwell, Walter Chalk, Cambridge. 4295 

4th from Aaron Banks. 

653 Warren, John Broadfield, Cambridge. 4296 

7th from Jacob Warren. 
615 Wellington, Jonas Francis, Somerville. 4043 
7th from Corp. Roger Wellington. 
7th from Sergt.. Thomas Pierce. 
7th from Lieut. Edward Winship. 
6th from Capt. William Reed (Read). 
6th from Capt. Samuel Walker. 

•Deceased. 
114 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
^T*TE Society No. Genebal Society No. 

680 Westfall, John Henry, Allston. 4444 

loth from Gov. John Webster. 
9th from Henry Woodward. 
8th from John King. 
8th from John Starr. 
8th from John Strong. 
8th from Sergt. Samuel Wright. 
8th from Lieut. Thomas Stebbins. 

707 White, Joseph Foster, BrookHne. 4680 

8th from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 

676 Whitmore, Charles Edward, Cambridge. 44-S 
7th from Col. John Lane. 

626 WiGGiN, Arthur Meserve, Roxbury. 4152 

9th from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 
8th from Gov. Thomas Wiggin. 
8th from Gov. Simon Bradstreet. 

656 Wild, Benjamin Franklin, Boston. 43 1 9 

6th from Col. Edmund Ouincy. 

623 WiLLCUTT, Levi Lincoln, Jr., Brookline. 4131 

8th from John Beal (Beale). 

627 Wilson, Arthur Hervey, Boston. 4^59 

8th from Thomas Flint. 

672 Winslow, Arthur, Boston. 4408 

7th from Capt. John Stark. 
5th from Col. Edward Winslow. 

691 Woodruff, Frederick Orr, Weston. 45^2 

7th from Thomas Abbe (Abbey). 
5th from Lieut. David Woodruff. 

654 Woodward, Frank Ernest, Maiden. 4297 

8th from John Alden. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

JTAiE Society No. General Society No. 

310 Bennett, Larkin Everett, Wakefield. 2121 

8th from Capt. Henry Dow. 
8th from Elder \A^illiam Wentworth. 
7th from Capt. John Abbott. 
7th from Ezekiel Wentworth. 
6th from Capt. Abraham Lord. 
6th from William Sanborn. 

29 Bent, Samuel Arthur, Boston. 527 

7th from Sergt. John Oliver. 
3rd from Capt. David Bent. 
3rd from Joseph Barrett. 

540 Booth, Charles Edwin, New York City. 3576 

8th from Sergt. Joseph Easton. 
7th from Corp. John Skinner. 
7th from Sergt. Samuel Loomis. 
7th from Sergt. Thomas Bancroft. 
6th from Sergt. Jonathan Deming. 
5th from Sergt. John Norton. 

5S1 Chapin, Clifford Samuel, ]\I.D., Great Bar- 

rington. 3818 

9th from Dep.-Gov. Isaac Allerton. 
8th from Gov. William Bradford. 
8th from Maj. Aaron Cooke. 
8th from Lieut. William Clark. 
7th from Henry Burt. 
7th from Rev. Isaac Cushman. 
7th from Lieut. Moses Paine. 
4th from Capt. Caleb Chapin. 
116 



MA SSA CH USE TTS. 
i.vTE Society No. General Society Xa. 

2S9 Clarke, George Kuhn, Needham. 2019 

8th from John Adams. 
7th from Sergt. Thomas Rand. 

135 Crafts, John Chancellor, Boston. 11 16 

7th from Lieut. Griffith Craft (s). 
7th from Robert Seaver. 
6th from Lieut. John Sharp(e). 

479 Cutler, Elbridge Gerry, M.D., Boston. 3268 

8th from Capt. Edward Johnson, Sr. 

20 DoRMAN, William Barnes, Everett. 518 

8th from Capt. Anthony Eames. 
7th from Henry Sewall. 
7th from John Denison. 
6th from Capt. Tobijah Perkins. 
5th from Capt. Joseph Gould. 

593 Eldridge, Edric, Boston. 3943 

9th from John Tilly. 
7th from Yelverton Crowell. 
6th from Col. John Thacher. 

507 Fall, Charles Gershom, Boston. 3405 

9th from Sergt. John Perkins. 

8th from Capt. Thomas Bradbury. 

8th from Henry Sewall. 

8th from Joseph Loomis. 

8th from Anthony Emery. 

8th from Dep.-Gov. John Davis. 
440 Farwell, John Whittemore, Boston. 3079 

9th from Edward How (e) . 

8th from William Bassett. 

8th from John Stow. 

8th from Capt. Thomas Brooke (Brooks). 
n7 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Ens. Thomas Lynde. 
8th from Edmund Rice. 

lOO FiTZ Gerald, Desmond, BrookHne. 950 

8th from WilHam Arnold. 
8th from Gov. Roger Conant. 
7th from Zachariah Rhodes. 
7th from Thomas WalHng. 

167 Freeman, James Goldthwaite, Boston. 1264 

8th from Elder William Brewster. 

588 Gerrish, Orville Knight, Lakeville. 3853 

5th from Col. Paul Gerrish. 

4 Green, Samuel Swett, Worcester. 209 

8th from Lieut. Ralph Sprague. 
7th from John Rowland. 

501 Guilford, William Wallace, West Medford. 3345 
6th from Samuel Hodley, Sr. 
5th from William Guilford. 
5th from Ens. William Richards. 
4th from Samuel Marble. 
4th from Sergt. Benjamin Guilford. 
4th from Eliphalet Hodley. 

580 Hicks, Rev. Lewis Wilder, Wellesley. 3817 

7th from Deacon Samuel Chapin. 
6th from John Parkhurst. 
6th from John Thurston. 
6th from Ens. Jacob Towne. 
3rd from Israel Phillips. 

315 HoLBROOK, Levi, New York City. 2185 

7th from George Giddings. 
7th from William Goodhue. 
118 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
TATE Society No. General Society No. 

7th from John Whipple. 
6th from Capt. John Grout. 
6th from Capt. WilHam Haskell. 
5th from Joseph Grout. 
148 Howe, Edward Willard, Boston. 1219 

7th from Henry Willard. 

503 Kent, Daniel, Worcester. 3401 

8th from Hon. Peter Bulkeley. 

7th from John Hoar. 

7th from Josiah Winslow. 

6th from James Draper. 

6th from Daniel Waldo. 

5th from Capt. Samuel Adams. 
403 Ketchum, Rev. Charles John, Boston. 2737 

8th from Thomas Ford. 

Sth from John Stow. 

7th from Lieut. Walter Filer. 

7th from Elder John Strong. 

6th from Ebenezer Dibblee. 

3rd from Ens. Jonathan Ketchum. 
361 Lamson, William George, Boston. 2544 

5th from Leander Nelson. 
367 Lea, James Henry, South Freeport, Maine. 2250 

9th from Gregory Stone. 

8th from John Bent. 

8th from Capt. John Capen. 

Sth from Thomas Flint. 

8th from Capt. Hopestill Foster. 

Sth from Capt. Joseph Hills. 

Sth from Thomas Hosmer. 

Sth from Edward Howe. 

Sth from Capt. Hugh ]\Iason. 
119 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Lieut. Edward Oakes. 

8th from Stephen Paine. 

8th from Sergt. Thomas Pierce. 

8th from Thomas Standish. 

8th from Capt. Samuel Stone. 

8th from John Sunderland. 

8th from ^laj. Simon A\'illard 

7th from John Belden. 

7th from Peter Bent. 

7th from Thomas Brintnall. 

7th from Lieut. John Flint. 

7th from Lieut. James Foster. 

7th from Capt. John Griffin. 

7th from John Lay. 

7th from Nathaniel Paine, ist. 

7th from Lieut. Ralph Spragiie. 

7th from John Stone. 

7th from Capt. John Waite. 

6th from Thomas Brintnall. 

6th from Col. John Chandler. 

6th from Capt. Timothy Clark. 

6th from William Jenkins. 

6th from Nathaniel Paine, 2d. 

6th from Thomas Pascall, Sr. (Paschall) 

5th from Hon. John Chandler. 

5th from Walter Fawcet. 

5th from Nathaniel Paine, 3d. 

5th from Thomas Pascall, Jr. (Paschall). 

4th from Joel Clap. 

4th from Hon. Timothy Paine. 

510 Lord, Calvin, Hingham. 34 19 

loth from Robert Driver. 
9th from John Burrill. 
120 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

9th from Corp. Robert Porter. 
8th from Richard Knott. 
8th from WilHam Hooper. 
7th from Thomas Martin. 

321 Lord, Charles Edward, Newton. 2215 

8th from Edward Larkin. 

8th from John Woodbury. 

8th from Ens. Robert Hale. 

8th from Thomas Low(e). 

8th from Thomas Boreman. 

8th from Capt. WiUiam Dodge. 
396 LuNT, William Wallace, Hingham. 2672 

8th from Quartermaster WilHam Hartwell. 

8th from Sergt. Thomas Rand. 

8th from Ens. James Heard. 

7th from Capt. Joseph Whittemore. 

66 Morris, Seymour, Chicago, 111. 823 

8th from John Johnson. 

7th from Capt. William French. 

7th from Capt. Isaac Johnson. 

6th from Lieut. Henry Bowen. 

6th from Lieut. Edward Morris. 

4th from Lieut. Edward Morris. 
602 Morse, Rev. Glenn Tilley, Boston. 3994 

loth from Richard Treat. 
lOth from Stephen Hopkins. 

9th from John Bronson. 

9th from Matthew Marvin. 

9th from -John Steele. 
105 MosELEY, John Graham, Boston. 958 

9th from James Bates. 

8th from Henry Burt. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
>TATE Society No. General Society >Jo. 

8th from Sergt. Francis Nichols. 

7th from Thomas Modsley. 

4th from Increase Moseley. 

3rd from Lieut.-Col. Increase Moseley. 

202 NiCKERsoN, Rev. Thomas White, Pittsfield. 1626 

9th from William Arnold. 

8th from Stephen Arnold. 

8th from Cornet John Buck. 

7th from Capt. Francis Barker. 

7th from Nicholas Snow. 
604 Pearson, Arthur Emmons, Boston. 3996 

loth from Thomas Ford. 

9th from Cornet Thomas Dewey. 

9th from Edward Culver. 

9th from Isaac Morrill. 

9th from Ens. Thomas Wells. 

9th from Sergt. Thomas Hale. 

8th from Lieut. John Smith, Jr. 

8th from John Batchelor. 

8th from William Titcomb. 

8th from Richard Swan. 

8th from Thomas Wood. 

8th from Joseph Jewett. 

8th from Sergt. Josiah Dewey. 

8th from Nicholas Noyes. 

8th from John Pickard. 

8th from Richard Currier. 

7th from Capt. Joseph Boynton. 

7th from Maj. Jeremiah Swayne, Jr. 

7th from Joseph Jewett, Jr. 

7th from John Page. 

7th from Sergt. John Heald. 

7th from Ensign Nathaniel Lawrence. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
liATE Society No. General Society No. 

/th from Simon Gates. 

7th from Lieut. Richard Hunnewell. 

7th from Nathaniel Bullard. 

/th from Thomas Tolman. 

7th from Henry Poor(e). 

/th from John Pickard, Jr. 

7th from Ens. Abel Platts. 

7th from Ephraim Brown. 

7th from John ISTutting. 

6th from Thomas Nichols. 

6th from Benjamin ^lills. 

6th from Jonathan Gay. 

6th from John Rice. 

6th from Ephraim Brown. Jr. 

5th from Timothy Barron. 

5th from Moses Platts. 

4th from Emmons Stockwell. 

4th from Abel Benjamin. 

4th from Ephraim Currier. 

605 Pearson, William Henry, Boston. 3997 

9th from Thomas Ford. 
8th from Cornet Thomas Dewey. 
8th from Edward Culver. 
8th from Isaac Alorrill. 
7th from Lieut. John Smith, Jr. 
7th from John Batchelor. 
7th from William Titcomb. 
7th from Richard Swan. 
7th from Thomas Wood. 
7th from Joseph Jewett. 
7th from Sergt. Josiah Dewey. 
6th from Capt. Joseph Boynton. 
6th from Maj. Jeremiah Swayne, Jr. 
123 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
iTATE Society No. General Society No. 

6th from Joseph Jewett, Jr. 

6th from John Page. 

6th from Sergt. John Heald. 

6th from Ens. Nathaniel Lawrence. 

6th from Simon Gates. 

5th from Thomas Nichols. 

4th from Timothy Barron. 

3rd from Emmons Stockwell. 

508 Porter, Alexander Sylvanus, Jr., Boston. 1568 
8th from Col. Samuel Thaxter. 
8th from Col. John Otis. 

606 Robinson, Roswell Raymond, Maiden. 3998 

loth from Francis Cook(e). 
9th from Ma j. -Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
9th from Gilbert Brooks. 
9th from Samuel Edson. 
9th from Edward Jackson. 

402 Rowe, Arthur Everett. Gloucester. 2736 

6th from Lieut. John Giddings. 

571 Rumrill, Frank, Roxbury, 371 1 

8th from Lieut. Joseph Rogers. 
8th from Capt. Michael Peirse (Pierce). 
7th from Lieut. Isaac Buck. 
7th from Maj. John Howell. 
4th from Simon Rumrill. 
3rd from Aaron Rumrill. 

^75 Short, Rev. Charles Lancaster, Worcester. 2601 
7th from John Plumb. 
6th from Lieut. John Lyman. 
6th from Col. Samuel Partridge. 
6th from Medad Pomeroy. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

579 SoLis, Andrew Jackson, Wellesley Hills. 3816 

7th from John Harrington. 

68 Sprague, Frank William. Brookline. 825 

8th from Josiah W'inslow. 
7th from Col. John Thacher. 
6th from Peter Thacher. 
6th from Capt. Thomas Dimmock. 
6th from Josiah Davis. 

589 Stearns. Foster Waterman, Newton. 3854 

9th from Robert Waterman. 
7th from Lieut. John Lyman. 

478 Stevens, William Studley Bartlett, 

Boston. 3267 

7th from John Howland. 

247 Stone, William Eben, Cambridge. 1764 

9th from Ezekiel Richardson. 
6th from Jonathan \\"ood. 

494 Swan, Reuben Samuel, Brookline. 3325 

8th from Col. Philip Eliot. 
8th from Capt. Samuel Walker. 
7th from Sergt. Thomas Pierce. 
6th from Sergt. Matthew Johnson. 
6th from Lieut. Joseph Reed. 
6th from Capt. John Withington. 

395 Thayer, Charles Irving, Boston. 2671 

8th from John Alden. 
7th from Lieut. Griffin Crafts. 
6th from William Hersey. 

57S Tyler, Edward Royall, Nice, France. 2614 

8th from Nicholas Simpkins. 
125 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

7th from Capt. Richard Brackett. 

6th from Joseph Royall. 

6th from Capt. Benjamin Svvett. 

I Watkins, Walter Kendall, Maiden. 208 

7th from Lieut. John Lewis. 

160 Wead, Leslie Clark, Brookline. 1232 

8th from Andrew Warner. 
7th from Capt. William Curtis. 
6th from Lieut. Jonathan Curtis. 
6th from Ens. Samuel Newell. 
6th from Samuel Scripture. 
4th from Jonathan Lawrence. 

607 Weld, Rev. George Francis, Hingham. 3999 

9th from John Field. 
9th from Capt. Nathaniel Thomas. 
9th from Lawrence Wilkinson. 
9th from Nicholas Jacob. 
9th from Thomas Angell. 

450 White, William Roland. Westfield. 3189 

9th from John Plumb (Plum) 
8th from Robert Parke. 
7th from Thomas Parke. 
6th from Robert Parke. 
6th from Capt. Nathaniel White. 

301 WiLLCUTT, Levi Lincoln, Brookline. 2073 

7th from Nicholas Byram. 
6th from Lieut. James Lewis. 
6th from Lieut. Timothy Tileston. 
5th from Joseph Garnett. 
5th from Sergt. John Porter. 
3rd from Isaac Burr. 
126 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
State Society No. Genekal Society No. 

300 WiNSHip, William Henry, Maiden. 2072 

8th from Corp. John Green. 
8th from John Sargent. 
7th from Lieut. Hananiah Parker. 
6th from Lieut. Thomas Burditt. 
6th from Corp. John Stone. 

590 WiNSLOw, Erving, Boston. 3887 

7th from Maj. Thomas Savage. 
4th from Lieut.-Col. Benjamin Pollard. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



In nDcmoriain. 



219 Hexry Fraxklin Amsden, died May 14, 1910. 

65 James Bourne Aver, M.D., died May 14, 1910. 

238 Hekrv Nelson Bicelovv, died Jan. 15, 1907. 

366 Elias James Bliss, died Aug. 15, 1906. 

551 Charles Henry Boxd, died July 3, 190S. 

485 Charles Osborn Bouve, died Nov. 3, 1907. 

189 Frederic Huntington Brackett, died March 29, 1908, 

188 Sidney Lawrence Brackett, died Nov. 11, 1910. 

44 David Henry Brown, died Feb. 21, 1908. 

168 John Appleton Burnham, died Nov. 2, 1910. 

210 Herbert Leslie Burrell, M.D., died April 26, 1910. 

116 George James Carney, died April 24, 1906. 

Ill Frederick Banker Carpenter, died Nov. 14, 1907. 

553 Daniel E.mery Ch.ase, died July 13, 1907. 

330 John Eugene Cheney, died Sept. 25, 1906. 

277 John Howland Crandon, died Dec. 12, 1906. 

iSi John Clarence Cutter, M.D., died Feb. 27, 1909. 

5 Hon. William Franklin Draper, died Jan. 28, 1910. 

663 Rev. William Howard Falkner, died June 15, 1909. 

237 Charles Partridge Flagg, died April 28, 1911. 

18 Albert Alonzo Folsom, died Dec. 24, 1907. 

474 Ja.mes Browne G.ardner, died June 30, 1910. 

305 Charles Harrington, M.D., died Sept. 11, 1908. 

292 Charles Harris, died May 6, 1909. 

427 James Hewins, died July 10, 1906. 

275 Sylvester Baxter Hinckley, died Aug. 26, 1906. 

138 Joshua Bennett Holden, died June 23, 1910. 

499 Charles Bradley Holman, died Dec. 30, 1910. 

466 Edward Jenkins Howe, died Feb. i, 1911. 

204 James Wells Hull, died Feb. 2, 1911. 

227 William Jackson, died June 30, 1910. 

548 Charlie Arthur Jones, died Feb. 3, 191c. 

307 George Henry Leonard, died Feb. 10, 1909. 

444 Frederic Augustus Merrill, D.M.D., died Jan. i, 1910. 

406 Thomas L.\wrence Motley, died Dec. 3, 1909. 

94 Charles Dana Palmer, died Sept. 25, 1909. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



313 Lewis Frederick Rice, died April 12, 1909. 

2G James Rogers Rich, died July 17, 1910. 

30S Andrew Roeeson, died Aug. 18, 1906. 

125 Walter Scott Sampson, died Feb. 2, 190S. 

33 Arthur John Clark Sowtjon, died June 3, i 

273 Henry Crosby Stetson, died April i6, 1907. 

621 Charles Elwood Swain, died Jan. S, 1911. 

59 Robert Thaxter Swan, died Jul.y 26, 1907. 

127 Nathaniel Thayer, died March 21, 1911. 

442 Robert Hay Upham, died June 26, 191 1. 

608 Joseph Morrison Wade, died May 21, 1909. 

460 George Huse Waterman, died Feb. 2, 1911. 

129 William Sawin Whiting, died April 9, 1908. 

191 Joseph Willard, died April 27, 190S. 

415 Robert Breck Williams, died May 20, 1911. 

153 Samuel King Williams, died Feb. 8, 1909. 

142 Harry Young, died June 21, 1909. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



Governor. 
Louis Richmond Cheney. 

Deputy-Governor. 
Arthur Reed Kimball. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
Charles Frederick Brooker. 

Secretary. 

Lucius Albert Barbour. 

Hartford. 

Treasurer. 
Ralph William Cutler. 

Registrar. 
Frank Butler Gay. 

Historian. 
Rev. Williston ^^' alker. 

Chaplain. 
Rt. Rev. Chauncey Bunce Brewster, D.D. 



CONNECTICUT. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Ending 1912. 

James Junius Goodwin, 
Francis Rexford Cooley, 
Edward Williams Hooker. 

Term Ending 1913. 
Walter Lippincott Goodwin, 
Francis Taylor Maxwell, 
Morris Beach Beardsley. 

Term Ending 1914. 
Theodore Salisbury Woolsey, 
WiNSLOw Tracy Williams, 
Frederick John Kingsbury. 



CONNECTICUT. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

222 Adams, Henry, Greenville. Cal. A-z?> 

5th from Ens. John Adams. 
245 AvERiLL, John Chester, Norwich. 4701 

/th from ]\Iaj. John C'.iester. 
240 AvERiLL, Nathan King, Capt., U.S.A., 

Woodbury. 4661 

7th from Capt. Titus Hinman. 

233 Barbour. Lucius Barnes, Hartford. 449S 

lOth from Capt. Miles Morgan. 
236 Bassett, Rev. Austin Br.\dley, Hartford. 4593 

Sth from William Bassett. 

8th from John Howland. 

7th from Capt. John Gorham. 

7th from Capt. Matthew Fuller. 
2.|4 Bill, Charles Gurdon, Unionville. 4700 

6th from Philip Bill. 
22T, Brenton, Rev. Cranston, Hartford. 1675 

Sth from Gov. ^^'illiam Brenton. 
227 Erockway, William Stevens, Hartford. 2858 

9th from Lieut. John Ljanan. 
218 Bronson, Charles French, Waterbury. 4094 

loth from Go\'. Thomas Welles. 

234 Browne, John Dean, Hartford. 4499 

loth from Elder William Brewster. 
22,2 Burns, Samuel Austin, Bridgeport, 4497 

5th from John Burns. 



OHARTER Oak Memorial erected by the Society in 
the Stale of Connecticut to mark the place where 
stood the Charter Oak in Hartford, memorable in the 
history of the Colony of ('onnecticut. The land upon 
which the memorial has been erected was acquired by 
the Society and presented to the City of Hartford, to be 
maintained as a public park. The dedication ceremonies 
look place June 14th, 11)07. 



CONNECTICUT. 
!tate Society No. General Society N'o. 

237 Cook, Ansel Granville, M.D., Hartford. 4594 

9th from Gov. Thomas Mayhew. 
229 CooLEY, Charles Parsons, Hartford. 4462 

lOth from Gov. Simon Bradstreet. 
216 ^Davenport, John. 4092 

4th from Abraham Davenport. 
224 De Peu, Rev. John, Bridgeport. 4-59 

9th from Maj. John Mason. 
226 Ely, Grosvenor, Norwich. 4338 

9th from Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell. 
220 Enders, John Ostrom, Hartford. 4307 

9th from John Covvles. 

9th from Timothy Stanley. 

9th from Thomas Bunce. 

9th from Thomas Meekins. 

8th from Wilham Pitkin. 

8th from Samuel Hale. 

8th from Capt. Caleb Stanley. 

8th from Joseph Loomis. 

8th from Sergt. Thomas Spencer. 

8th from George Hull. 

8th from Thomas Burnham. 

7th from Capt. Roger Pitkin. 

7th from Josiah Hull. 
241 Farrel, Alton, Ansonia. 4662 

8th from Maj. Nathan Gold (Gould). 
239 Frost, Russell, South Norwalk. 4660 

6th from Thomas Frost. 

4th from Amasa Frost. 
243 Fulton, William Edwards, Waterbury. 4664 

9th from Isaac Mixer. 

9th from William Ward. 

•Deceased. 



CONNECTICUT. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Maj. William Chittenden. 
8th from Matthew Marvin. 
8th from William Woodbur>'. 
8th from Andrew Warner. 
8th from John Moore. 
8th from Robert Cross. 
8th from Thomas Ford. 
8th from George Chappell. 
8th from Capt. John Bissell. 
8th from Sergt. John Woods. 
8th from John Cogswell, ist. 
8th from William Phelps. 
8th from Thomas Wright. 
7th from Ens. Daniel Warner. 
7th from Elder John Strong. 
7th from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 
7th from William Eager. 
7th from Nathaniel Bissell. 
7th from Capt. Richard Seymour. 
7th from Lieut. Thomas Stebbins. 
7th from Francis Wainwright. 
7th from Ens. William Goodrich. 
7th from Ens. Samuel Jennison. 
7th from Daniel Howe. 
6th from Capt. Joseph Parsons. 
6th from Abraham Eager. 
6th from Col. David Goodrich. 
6th from Samuel Strong. 
6th from Lieut. Joseph Stebbins. 
6th from Thomas North. 
6th from Capt. Jonathan Cogswell. 
6th from Sergt. Nahum Ward. 
5th from Capt. Bezaleel Eager. 
4th from Elisha Goodrich. 
134 



CONNECTICVT. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

219 Gross, Charles Welles, Hartford. 4190 

5th from John Barnard. 

231 Hooker, Thomas Williams, Hartford. 4464 

8th from Gov. Thomas Welles. 
221 Hubbard, Elijah Kent, Jr., Middletown. 4191 
lOth from Maj.-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

235 Kingsbury, Frederick John, New Haven. 4543 
8th from Rev. Mark Leavenworth. 

242 Maltby, Julius, Waterbury. 4663 

4th from William Douglas. 
230 Marvin, Loren Pinckney Waldo, Hartford. 4463 

Sth from Lieut. Reinold Marvin. 
228 Maxwell, William, Rockville. 4461 

5th from Capt. Hugh Maxwell. 
225 Northrop, Otis Smith, Waterbury. 4337 

Sth from Maj. Nathan Gold. 

238 Trowbridge, Rutherford, New Haven. 4659 

Sth from Capt. Thomas Munson. 

Sth from Maj. William Whiting. 

7th from Rev. John Whiting. 

6th from John Lee. 

6th from Lieut. Thomas Trowbridge. 

5th from John Russell. 

5th from Daniel Hayes. 

4th from Capt. Amos Hitchcock. 
217 Whitmore, Franklin Gray, Hartford. 4093 

7th from Capt. John Whipple. 

7th from Sergt. Francis Whitmore. 

6th from Capt. John Carter. 

5th from Lieut. James Fowle. 

5th from Col. John Lane. 
13s 



ADDITIONAL LIXES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

TATE Society No. General Society No. 

176 Brewer, Artpiur Henry, Norwich. 3146 

7th from Elder John Strong. 
7th from Isaac Morrill 
7th from Sergt. Abraham Doolittle. 
7th from Josiah Winslow. 
7th from John Hall. 
7th from Lieut. Thomas Tracy. 
7th from Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell. 
6th from Daniel Brewer, Jr. 
6th from Thomas Hall. 
6th from John Tracy. 
6th from Ens. Thomas Leffingwell, Jr. 
6th from Capt. Richard Bushnell. 
5th from Capt. Benajah Bushnell. 
4th from Isaac Tracy. 

45 CooLEY, Francis Rexford, Hartford. 586 

8th from William Westwood. 
8th from Gov. John Webster. 
8th from Gov. Simon Bradstreet. 

40 Hart. Rev. Samuel, ^^liddletown. 581 

8th from William Hubbard. 
7th from Capt. Giles Hamlin. 
6th from John Hamlin. 

138 HoLCOMBE, John Marshall, Hartford. 1991 

9th from Capt. John Wakeman. 
9th from John Talcott. 
9th from Gov. John A'\'ebster. 
i-,6 



COyMECTICUT. 
State Society No. General Society So. 

9th from Thomas Gardner. 

Sth from Lieut.-Col. John Talcott. 

8th from Sergt. John Griffin. 

Sth from John Bronson. 

Sth from Edward Griswold. 

Sth from WilHam Phelps. 

7th from Samuel Wilcoxson. 

/th from Capt. Nicholas Olmsted. 

7th from John Pratt. 

7th from Lieut. Nathaniel Holcomb. 

7th from Lieut. John Buttolph. 

6th from Sergt. James Heaton. 



CONNECTICUT. 



Hn riDemoiiam. 



15 Gen. George William Baird, died Nov. 28, 1906. 

77 Timothy Huggins Bishop, M.D., died Dec. 25, 1906. 

130 Charles Stedman Bull, M.D., died April 17, 191 1. 

24 John Cropper, died Dec. 6, 1906. 

214 Frederick Perry Curtis, died Aug. 9, 1909. 

60 William Gibbons Daggett, M.D., died Sept. 18, 1910. 

216 John Davenport, died Sept. 19, 1910. 

142 George Herbert T>.w, died Nov. 21, 1907. 

84 Rev. Samuel Fer.mor Jarvis, D.D., died Oct. 24, 1910. 

52 Frederick John Kingsbury, LL.D., died Sept. 30, 1910. 

6i Bela Peck Learned, died March 14, 1910. 

163 Orange Merwin, died Nov. 21, 1907. 

94 J. De.ming Perkins, died March 19, 1911. 

79 Edward Villette Reynolds, died Jan. 26, 1910. 

25 Col. George Bliss Sanford, died July 13, 1908. 
73 Prof. Samuel Simons Sanford, died Jan. 6, igro. 

174 Prof. Thomas Day Seymour, died Dec. 31, 1907. 

56 Hon. Nathaniel Shipman, died June 26, 1906. 

143 Stewart Woodruff Smith, died May 10, 1907. 
42 George Edwin Taintor, died April 17, 1909. 

153 Harry Grant Thompson, died Nov. 24, 1910. 

87 Col. Augustus Cleveland Tyler, died No. 27, 1908. 

35 Col. Henry Walton Wessells, died Sept. 26, 1909. 

152 David Willard Williams, died June 8, 1909. 

81 Joseph Gurley Woodward, died March 5, 1908. 



138 



■"THE Ninian Beall Boulder. This 

erected to Colonel Ninian Beall by the Society in 
the l>istrictof Columbia and unveiled with appropriate 
ceremonies on October 30th, igio The Boulder is placed 
in Llcorgclown, District of Columbia. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Governor. 

Judge Job Barnard. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Henry Lowry Emilius Johnson, M.D. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Joseph Cuyler Hardie. 

Secretary. 

Joseph Burr Johnson, 

1630 Sixteenth St., Washington. 

Treasurer. 

John William Henry. 

Registrar. 

Dr. Albert Charles Peale. 

Historian. 

Caleb Clarke Magruder, Jr. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Roland Cotton Smith. 

Chancellor. 

Frederick Carlos Bryan. 

Surgeon. 

Dr. John F. Anderson. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 
Term Ending December, 191 1. Term Ending December, 1912. 
David Rittenhouse, William Van Zandt Cox, 

Dr. Frank Austen Swart- Thomas Hyde, 

wout, Commo. Richard Graham 

Robert Connell. Davenport, U.S.N. 

Term Ending December, 1913. 
Dr. Marcus Benjamin, 
William Marbury Beall, 
Duncan Clinch Phillips. 
139 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

ME^IBERS ADMITTED SINXE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF TFIE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. Gexekal Society Xo. 

1 58 Albert, WiLLiAii Stone, Washington. 4167 

6th from Francis Yarnall. 

173 Barnard, Ralph Putnam, Chevy Chase, 3.1d. 4585 

8th from Thomas ]\Iacy. 

154 Beall, William Marbury, Washington. 4147 

6th from Col. Ninian Beall. 

174 Blackwood, Norman Jerome, ]\I.D., Surgeon, 

U.S.N. 4586 

7th from Capt. Reynold IMarvin. 

157 Bradford, Ben Bogland, V\"ashington. 4166 

6th from Col. Edward Hill. 

168 Clepiiane, Alan Ogilvie. Washington. 4U0 

7th from Lient.-Col. John Talcott, Jr. 

153 Coolidge, Louis Arthur, Washington. 4047 

9th from John Coolidge. 
Sth from Ens. John Coolidge. 

156 Courts, James Carson, Washington. 4165 

6th from Col. John Courts. 

178 Dent, Alfred Barbour. \A'ashington. 4^93 

Sth from Thomas Strong, 

172 Dent, Louis .Vddison, Washington, 4584 

5th from Capt. John Dent. 



HTHE llraddock Boulder. This memorial was dedicated 
by ihe Society in the District of Columbia November 
loth, 1907, and is placed in the Cathedral Close. Washing- 
ton. District of Columbia. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
State Society Xo. General Society No. 

163 Gerald. Herbert Parvin, Washington. 4336 

8th from Rev. Obadiah Holmes. 
6th from Benjamin Stratton. 
6th from Lieut. John Ogden. 
6th from Thomas Parvin. 
6th from Jonathan Fithian. 
5th from Capt. John Ogden. 
5th from Josiah Parvin. 

152 Hill. Edwin Allston, ^^^ashington. 4046 

8th from Gov. Theophilus Eaton. 

/th from Dep.-Gov. William Jones. 

5th from Ens. Isaac Jones. 

4th from Parker Jones. 
177 Hills, Ralph Warren. \\''ashington. 4657 

7th from Capt. Jonathan Hills. 
169 HuiDEKOPER, Frederic Louis, Washington. 4562 

4th from Col. Joseph Shippen. 

159 Hyde, Frederic BuLKELEY, Washington. 4256 

6th from Capt. Samuel Marshall. 

151 Johnson, Frederic Ernest, Washington. 4051 

7th from Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 

149 Johnson, Joseph Burr, Washington. 4049 

7th from Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 
167 [OHNSON, Lucius Warren, M.D., Surgeon, 

U. S. N._ _ 4439 

9th from Lieut. Francis Bell. 

150 Johnson, William Goodyear, Washington. 4050 

7tii from Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 

176 Kirk. Edwin, U. S. Geological Survey. ^A'ash- 

ington, D. C. 4588 

loth from Gov. Roger AA^illiams. 
141 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

175 Lewis, Fulton, Washington. 4587 

7th from Jonathan Hayes. 
6th from Evan Lewis. 

170 Moore, Clarence, Washington. 45^3 

7th from Dep.-Gov. Thomas Lloyd. 

171 Muncaster, Steuart Brown, M.D., Washing- 

ton. 4573 

8th from Lieut. PhiHp Thomas. 
7th from Col. Ninian Beall. 
6th from Capt. Samuel Magruder. 
5th from John Magruder. 

164 Munson, Frederic Granville, New York 

City. 4424 

9th from Capt. Thomas Munson. 

148 Owen, Hon. Robert Latham, U. S. Senate, 

Washington. 4038 

4th from Lieut. James Hughes. 

160 Parsons, Francis Henry, Washington. 4257 

6th from Joseph Barnard. 

165 Suter, Henderson, M.D., Washington. 4437 

6th from Col. George Reade. 

161 Thompson, Royal Wheeler, St. John, Kan. 4334 

8th from Hon. Richard Treat. 
7th from Anthony Thompson. 
7th from Elder John Strong. 
7th from Lieut. \\^illiam Clark. 
7th from Lieut. John HoUister. 
6th from Ensign Timothy Baker. 
6th from Col. Philip Wheeler. 
6th from Dep.-Gov. James Bishop. 



FREDERIC WOLTERS HUIDEKOPER 
ernor of ihe Society in the District of Columbia 
igoo-iQOi 



State Society No. 

5th from Lieut.-Col. Valentine Wheeler. 
5th from Capt. Samuel Thompson. 
4th from Lieut. Jeremiah Wheeler. 

166 Wells, Walter Augustine, M.D., Washing- 
ton. 4438 
9th from Lieut. Philip Thomas. 
8th from Col. Ninian Beall. 
8th from Thomas Sprigg. 
7th from Capt. Samuel Magruder. 
6th from John Magruder. 
6th from Mareen Duvall. 
6th from Capt. Daniel Clarke. 
5th from Nathan Magruder. 

162 White, Fletcher, Washington. 4335 

6th from Thomas Janney. 

155 Withers, William Alphonso, West Raleigh, 

N. C. 4164 

5th from George Rutledge. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

ADDITIOXAL LIXES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAVIES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

loi CoNNELL, Robert, Washington. 2S36 

6th from Norton Claypoole. 
123 French, Leon Le-Lanne, SearchHght, Nev. 3471 

7th from Capt. Wilham French. 
137 ]\Iagruder, Caleb Clarke, Jr., A^'ashington. 384S 

9th from Rice Hooe. 

8th from Col. Ninian Beall. 

7th from Capt. Daniel Clarke. 

5th from James Barbour. 

5th from Col. Joseph Belt. 

5th from Judge Nathan ^Magruder. 
82 Moses. Zebina. \\'ashington. 1866 

8th from Sergt. John Curtis. 

7th from Ens. Thomas Curtis. 
126 Root, Cyrus, Laurel, Md. 3531 

8th from Hon. Richard Treat. 

8th from Josiah Churchill. 

7th from Lieut. John Hollister. 

6th from John \\''ads\vorth. 

6th from C-ipt. Samuel Welles. 



Hii rn>entoriam. 

So George Bell, U. S. A., died Jan. 6, 1907. 

139 Edwin- Lvon CHArMAN, died Jan. iS, 1911. 

47 Frederic Wolters Huidekoper, died April 29, 

S5 Van Leer Kirkman, died Jan. 28, 1911. 

12 Edward Augustus Moseley, died April iS, 191 

103 Elisha Francis Riggs, died July 6, 1910. 

6 George Roe, died Sept. 15, 1909. 

15 C?iLDERT Thompson', died June S, 1909. 



[44 



'T~'.\NKARD and Chalices presented to the Patuxent 
(Maryland) Congregation by Colonel Ninian Beall 
in 1707. Now in possession of the Hyallsville Presby- 
lerian Church, llyattsville, Maryland. 



GILBERT THOMPSON 

the Society in the District of Co 

IQOO-IQOq 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY. 

Governor. 
Hon. Ch.\rles Wolcott Parker. 

Deputy-Governor. 
Prof. William Libbey, Sc.D. 

Lieutenant-Govcr)ior. 
Henry Arthur Griffin, M.D. 

Secretary. 

John Lenord Merrill, 

517 Park Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey. 

Treasurer. 

W. I. Lincoln Adams, 

32 Llewellyn Road, Montclair. 

Registrar. 
Edward Everett Clapp. 

Historian. 
Robert Munro Boyd, Jr. 

Chancellor. 
William Ford Upson. 

Chaplain. 
Rev. Cornelius Brett, D.D. 

Surgeon. 

Henry Leber Coit, j\I.D. 

145 



NEW JERSEY. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring 1912. 
Franklin Murphy, Jr., 
Prof. Charles Greene Rockwood, Jr., 
Earn HAM Yardley. 

Term Expiring 1913. 
Edward Olmsted, 
Benjamin Shepard, 
Edmund Le Breton Gardner. 

Term Expiring 1914. 
Bradford Darrach, 
William Armstrong Halsey, 
Hon. William Fellowes Morgan. 



146 



NEW JERSEY. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

107 Adams, Prof. Edwix Plimpton, Ph.D., 

Princeton. 4053 

9th from Sergt. John Plympton. 

1 13 Baker, George Fales, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa. 4207 
loth from Capt. John Gallop. 
9th from Maj. William Bradford. 
9th from Hon. John Alden. 
9th from Capt. Myles Standish. 
9th from Joseph Warren. 
9th from John Shaw. 
9th from Cornet Robert Stetson. 
9th from Gen. Constant Southworth. 
9th from Edward Gray, Sr. 
8th from Nathaniel Paine, Jr. 
8th from William Peabody. 
8th from Thomas Little. 
8th from Thomas Clarke (Clark). 
7th from Capt. Nathaniel Reynolds. 

117 Boyd, Robert Munro, Jr., Alontclair. 44-9 

9th from Gov. Robert Treat. 

129 Clark, Alexander Bayard, Elizabeth. 4690 

9th from Col. John Wheelwright. 

no CoiT, Henry Leber, M.D., Newark. 4108 

Sth from Ensign Cornelis Nevius. 

126 Foster, Rev. Daniel Requa, D.D., Trenton. 4673 
9th from Maj. John Freeman. 
147 



NEIV JERSEY. 






General Society No. 


LY Arthur, M.D.. 


New York 




2261 



108 Griffin, Henry 
City. 

9th from Capt. John Carter. 

9th from Lieut. Jarnes Converse. 

8th from Major James Converse. 

8th from Lieut. John Richardson. 
124 Hall, Samuel Stickney, Montclair. 4546 

5th from David Hall. 
116 Han CE, Irwin Howell, Lakewood. 4255 

7th from John Hance. 
115 Hance, Rev. William White, Lakewood. 4254 

9th from Sergt. David Provoost. 

8th from David Provoost. 

8th from Evert Van de Water. 

7th from John Hance. 

7th from William Provoost. 

6th from David W. Provoost. 

122 HoLDEN, Edward Packard, Aladison. 4434 

loth from Gov. John Webster, 
iig HoLDEN, Horace, Madison. 4431 

I ith from Gov. John Webster. 

123 Hutchison, Rev. Charles Edward, East 

Orange. 4688 

6th from Samuel Watts. 
118 Keim, George de Benneville, Edgewater 

Park. 4430 

9th from Thomas W'right. 
105 Lawrence, Frank Walter. Summit. 4010 

8th from Hon. John Dorsey. 
121 McGregor, Graham Bradford. Newark. 4433 
loth from Gov. William Bradford. 
148 



NEIV JERSEY. 
State Society No. Gen-er.u, Society Xo. 

111 Murphy, Col. Franklin, Jr., Newark. 4076 

loth from Capt. Samuel Swaine. 

120 Parmly, Jay Frank, Newark. 4432 

9tii from Jasper Crane. 

127 Parrot, Hon. George Townley, Elizabeth. 4674 

9th from Col. Richard Townley. 

106 Peck, William Hazen, Glen Ridge. 4027 

loth from Lieut. William Pratt. 

125 Perkins, Merritt Greenwood, Newark. 4672 
9th from Capt. George Denison , 

112 Robertson, James Morris, Upper Montclair. 4077 

6th from Gov. Lewis Morris. 

114 Schuyler, Sidney Schieffelin, New York 

City. 4233 

Sth from Capt. Filyp Pieterse Van Schuyler. 

128 Smith, Stephen Munn, Orange. 4689 

loth from Gov. Robert Treat. 



NEtV JERSEY. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

63 Dix, William Frederick, East Orange. 2923 

loth from Capt. John Gallup. 
9th from William Ward. 
8th from Maj. Samuel Eells. 

34 *Greene, Charles Arthur. 1744 

loth from William Thomas. 

65 LiBBEY. Prof. William, Sc.D., Princeton. 2961 
9th from Lieut. Lion Gardiner. 

93 Merrill, John Lenord. East Orange. 383S 

loth from Tristram Coffin. 
9th from Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 

46 McClintock, Emory, Ph.D., LL.D., New York 

City. 208S 

lOth from Lieut. Samuel Smith, 
loth from Sergt. Robert Lockwood. 

9th from Joseph Hawley. 

9th from Ensign William Ward. 

9th from Capt. Matthew Sherwood. 

9th from Lieut. Samuel Morehouse. 

9th from Capt. Richard Osborne. 

9th from Capt. Philip Pinckney. 

9th from Ensign Henry Lindon. 

9th from John Warner. 

9th from Sergt. Edward Hinman. 

* Deceased. 



TPABLET erected by the Society in the State of New- 
Jersey, in co-operation with The Somerset Histo- 
rical Society, to marl; the site of the First Court House 
of Somerset County, dating from 1716. On November 
15th, 1910, during the bi-centennial of the organization 
of the Reformed Church of Franklin Park, some six 
miles southwest of New Brunswick, the Tablet was un- 
veiled as a feature of the Church celebration. 

The site of the marking stone upon which the- tablet is 
set is near the Church edifice. 




rjiTEoFfiP:rcoupT[;OjZ 
^'■'ii^0f/ippzrrr,ijrfe 

^RFCftl^rff^' ' -^'BUPllT. 

JUG ^J^-W--- ^ y/j/ - 

IIL/7JLP.:.! -/iJDTH|^^ 



NEIV JERSEY. 
ATE Society No. General Society No. 

8th from John Banks. 
8th from Capt. Jehu Burr. 
8th from Daniel Belden. 
8th from William Arms, 
/th from Capt. Moses Dimon. 
7th from Sergt. William Belden. 
7th from Capt. Ebenezer Warner. 
6th from Capt. Daniel Bradley. 
6th from Capt. Benjamin Warner. 
6th from Capt. Samuel Castle. 
5th from Benjamin Warner. 

88 Parker, Hon. Charles Wolcott, Jersey City. 3592 
nth from Rev. William Brewster. 
loth from Thomas Welles, Jr. 
loth from Lieut. Joseph Judson. 

9th from Nathaniel Chesebrough. 

9th from Lieut. Thomas Benedict. 

9th from John Griswold. 

8th from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

Sth from Capt. William Ely. 

7th from Maj. Daniel Ely. 

71 Strong, Alan Hartwell, New Bnmswick. 3307 
8th from Gov. William Brenton. 
Sth from Gov. William Leete. 

79 Truman, Henry Hertel, Orange. 335^ 

loth from Tristram Coffin. 



XEU- J ERSE 2 



II n fin>emonam. 



II William Morris Deen, died Oct. 7, 1909. 

43 Colonel Dudley Evans, died March 27, 1910. 

76 Joel Francis Freeman, died Nov. 16, 1910. 

34 Charles Arthur Greene, died Jan. 3, 1911. 

90 Rev. Charles Harris Hayes, D.D., died Aug. 16, 1910. 

51 Augustus Lefebvre Revere, died May 20, 1910. 

35 Colonel Mason Whiting Tyler, died July 2, 1907. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE CO^IMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA. 

Secretary. 
Thomas Bollixg, Jr. 

Registrar. 
John Garland Walker. 



•fln nDemoriam. 

I Joseph Bryan, died Nov. 20, 1908. 
17 Henry Guy' Carleton, died in 1909. 
15 Edmund Pendleton, died April 5, 1910. 
12 Nathaniel Pendleton Dandridge, M.D., died Nov. 6, 
1910. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE STATE OF NEW 

HAMPSHIRE. 

Goz'cr)ior. 
Henry Moore Baker. 

DcpHly-Goz'criwr. 
Justin H.\rvey Smith. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
Arthur Oilman \A"hittemore. 

Secretary. 

George Bridge Leighton, 

Monadnock. 

Treasurer. 

James Minot, 

Concord. 

Registrar. 
*Edson Cummings Eastman. 

Chaplain. 
Rev. Jesse Murton Durrell. 

Historian. 
Joseph Burbeen Walker. 

Genealogist. 
Irving Allison Watson. 

•Deceased. 

iSS 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Chancellor. 
William Dickinson Griswold Smith. 

Atidilor. 
Granville Priest Conn. 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Fred. Winslow Morse, 
James Albert Wellman, 
John Calvin Thorne, 
Jared Irving Williams, 
Harold Winthrop Brown. 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

97 CiLLEY, Harry Bouton, Manchester. 4575 

8th from Capt. Stephen Greenleaf , Sr. 

93 Watson, Irving Allison, M.D., Concord. 4217 
6th from Daniel Thurston. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF ME.AIBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

79 Smith, William Dickinson Griswold, Castle- 
ton, Vt. 3354 
I ith from Gov. John Winthrop. 
loth from George Calvert, 
loth from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

9th from Gov. Leonard Calvert. 

9th from Gov. Edward Digges. 

9th from Gov. Robert Brooke. 

9th from William Collier. 

9th from Capt. James Neale. 

9th from Rev. Samuel Dudley. 

9th from Thomas Ford. 

9th from John Gallop. 

9th from Thomas Judd. 

9th from Joseph Loomis. 

9th from John Paebody. 

9th from Gov. Roger Conant. 

9th from Maj. Edward Dale. 

8th from Hon. John Alden. 

8th from Dep.-Gov. Henry Darnall. 

8th from Dep.-Gov. William Burgess. 

8th from Dep.-Gov. William Digges. 

8th from Hon. Baker Brooke. 

8th from Hon. Henry Sewall. 

8th from Gen. Constant Southworth. 

8th from Col. Nicholas Guyther. 

8th from Lieut. Ralph Hall. 

8th from Lieut. Samuel Loomis. 

8th from Lieut. Anthony Neale. 
157 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
No. Gen 

8th from Nathaniel Dickinson. 

8th from Elder John Strong. 

8th from William Beardsley. 

8th from John Bronson. 

8th from Edward Grjswold. 

8th from Thomas Joy. 

8th from William Peabody. 

8th from Capt. Thomas Carter, Sr. 

7th from Dep.-Gov. Nicholas Sewall. 

7th from Col. John Bradford. 

7th from Maj. Thomas Brooke. 

7th from Thomas Chesley. 

7th from Lieut. Francis Griswold. 

7th from Cornet Andrew Burley. 

7th from Sergt. Obadiah Dickinson. 

7th from Dr. Samuel Seabun.^. 

7th from David Alden. 

7th from Thomas Burnham. 

7th from Michael Humphrey. 

7th from Samuel Joy. 

7th from Fearnot King. 

7th from Cary Latham. 

7th from Capt. Thomas Carter, Jr. 

6th from Capt. John Smith. 

6th from Samuel Griswold. 

6th from Capt. Charles Ellis. 

6th from Abel Bingham. 

6th from Richard Burnham. 

^th from Hon. Thomas Millet. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Iln flDemoriam. 



7 Frederic Lincoln Bangs, died March 21, 1909. 

27 Edson Cummings Eastman, died March 9, 1911. 

41 George Frederick Evans, died Jan. 10, 1908. 

6 Henry Oakes Kent, died May 21, 1909. 

72 Henry Rust Parker, died Dec. 28, 1909. 

73 Hiram Americus Tuttle, died Feb. 10, 1911. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF VERMONT. 

Gover)wr. 

Carroll Smalley Page. 

Dcputy-Goz\-r)wr. 

William James Van Patten. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

*WiLLiAM Tarbox Dewey. 

Secretary. 

Byron Nathaniel Clark. 

Burlington. 

Deputy-Secretary. 

Ralph Wright Putnam. 

Trea.<iurer. 

Harry Stinson Howard. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Thomas Butler. 

Historian. 

Charles Allen Converse. 

Registrar. 

Charles Edwin Allen. 

Chancellor. 

Hamilton Sullivan Peck. 

Surgeon. 

Henry Dwight Holton. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

For Three Years. Holding Over for Two Years. 

Robert Noble, Henry Landon Ward, 

Joseph Lawrence Hills. Harvey Roberts Kingsley. 
Holding Over for One Year. 
Horace Stewart Haskell, 
Charles Amasa Woolson. 

•Deceased. 

i6o 



► LAN of Fort Saint Frederic erected by the French : 
Pointe de la Chevelure or as called by the Kngli* 
own Point on Lake Champlain in <T-,i. 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 

TIOX OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 

1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 

REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society Xo. General Society No. 

90 Adsit, Elbridge Senaca, Burlington. 4379 

7th from John How. 

85 Allen, John Johnson, Brooklyn, N. Y. '4269 

8th from Capt. Myles Standish. 

6th from Samuel Allen. 

5th from Capt. Timothy Johnson. 

80 Allen, Marion Shaler, Brooklyn, N. Y. 4135 

9th from Capt. Myles Standish. 

7th from Samuel Allen. 

6th from Capt. Timothy Johnson. 

92 Barnes, Cornelius Abbott, Missoula, Mon. 4404 
4th from Corp. Thomas Barnes. 

81 Barnes, Monroe James, Burlington. 4248 

4th from Corp. Thomas Barnes. 

86 Benjamin, Samuel Greene Wheeler, Bur- 

lington. 4317 

7th from Ens. John Whitman. 

97 Brewer, Gardner, Burlington. 4475 

6th from John Brewer. 

99 Brown, Thomas Stephen, M.D., Burlington. 4639 
7th from Nathaniel Batchelder. 
6th from Jacob Brown. 
6th from Samuel Batchelder. 

82 Caswell, Frederick Taylor, Derby Line. 4249 

5th from Sergt. Nathaniel Bingham. 
4th from Nathan Caswell. 
161 



VERMONT. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

loi Dewey, James French, Montpelier. 4648 

loth from Hon. John Alden. 

102 Dewey, Maurice William, Montpelier. 4649 

loth from Hon. John Alden. 

84 Edgell, George Stephen, New York. 4268 

6th from Ebenezer Eastman. 

78 Greenleaf, Edward Everett, Huntsville, Ala. 4044 

8th from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf. 

79 Hazelton, Willard Carpenter, New York. 4045 

9th from John Coolidge. 

91 KiNGSLEY, Harvey Roberts, Rutland. 4380 

7th from Capt. William Hodgess. 

98 Meigs, Henry Benjamin, Baltimore, Md. 4589 
5th from Capt. Janna Meigs. 
5th from Maj. Simon Willard. 

93 Mower, Charles Herrick, Burlington. 4471 

5th from Ens. Ephraim Herrick. 

100 Peck, Warren, New Haven, Vt. 4640 

8th from Richard Warren. 

95 Scammon, Charles William, Cleveland, O. 4473 

8th from Gov. Thomas Prence. 

96 Shaw, Henry Bigelow, Burlington. 4474 

nth from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 
83 *Smalley, Bradley Barlow. 4250 

7th from Philip Sherman. 

94 Stickney, William Brt:nswick Curry, 

Bethel. 4472 

3rd from Benjamin Stickney. 

♦Deceased. 
162 




:Mz-T^i n 



State Society No. General Society No. 

89 Webb, Henry Walter, New York. 4331 

7th from Sergt. John Nott. 

87 Webb, James Watson, Shelburne. 4329 

7th from Sergt. John Nott. 

88 Webb, William Seward, Jr., Shelburne. 4330 

7th from Sergt. John Nott. 



ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

67 Clark, Byron Nathaniel, BurHngton. 3388 

9th from Corp. John Livermore. 
9th from Lieut. John Sanborn. 
9th from WiUiam Titcomb. 
8th from Sergt. Henry Bright. 
8th from Ens. John Coohdge. 
8th from Phihp Eastman. 
8th from Thomas Hastings. 
8th from Capt. Jonathan Wade. 
8th from Lieut. Wilham Stickney. 
7th from Ebenezer Gove. 
7th from Lieut. Phihp Eastman, Jr. 
6th from ]\Ioses Stickney. 

63 Hills, Joseph Lawrence, BurHngton. 3225 

loth from Hon. John Alden. 
lotli from Elder W^illiam Brewster. 
5th from Corp. Ebenezer Drew. 



163 



II n riDcmoriam. 



7 George Grenville Benedict, died April 8, 1907. 

56 Charles Smith Boynton, M.D., died Nov. 14, 1908. 

65 John Heman Converse, died May 3, 1910. 

77 William Tarbox Dewey, died May 20, 1911. 

6 Truman Chittenden Fletcher, died May 3, 1911. 

74 Maj.-Gen. Oliver Otis Howard, died Oct. 26, 1909. 

41 Rev. William Shields Roberts, D.D., died Dec. 4, 1906. 

33 Daniel Webster Robinson, died Dec. 29, 1909. 

83 Bradley Barlow Smalley, died Nov. 6, 1909. 

28 Edward Wells, died Feb. 19, 1907. 

25 Henry Wells, died Jan. 7, 1911. 



164 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. 

Govcriwr. 

Francis T. A. Junkin. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Charles Cromwell. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

George McMurtry Ludlow. 

Secretary. 

William Ruggles Tucker. 

135 Adams St.. Chicago. 

Treasurer. 

Edmund Daniel Hulbert. 

Registrar. 

John Smith Sargent. 

Historian. 

Seymour Morris. 

Chancellor. 

Paul Brown. 

Surgeon. 

Frank Breckenridge Earle, M.D. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Frederick Gilbert Sikes, 
Paul Blatchford, 
Bertram McIntosh Winston, 
Francis T. A. Junkin, 
Charles Cromwell, 
George McMurtry Ludlow, 
William Ruggles Tucker, 
Edmund Daniel Hulbert, 
Seymour Morris. 
165 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

217 Beatty, William Trimble, Flossmore, III. 4459 

6th from Capt. William Read, 2nd. 

J04 Blatchford, Paul, Chicago. 4184 

8th from Gov. William Bradford. 

201 BuRBANK, Eugene Damon, Los Angeles, Cal. 3176 
8th from Gov. William Leete. 

198 Canby. Caleb Harlan, Jr., Chicago. 4^79 

8th from Edward Shippen. 

218 Clinch, Richard Floyd, Chicago. 4460 

8th from Maj. Hendrick Cuyler. 

206 Hopkins, Forest, Chicago. 4206 

6th from Lieut. John Hopkins. 

200 Jordan, Charles Philander, Rosebud, S. D. 4181 
6th from Moses Cleveland. 

220 Keep, Chauncey, Chicago. 4477 

6th from John Keep. 

211 King, Samuel B.a.lch, Chicago. 4240 

4th from Paul King. 
216 Kreider, George Noble, Springfield. 4458 

4th from Timothy Merrick. 

203 La Bach, Paul Mayer, St. Louis, Mo. 4183 

8th from Adolph Meyer. 
213 Law, Robert Davis, Henry. 4349 

6th from Lieut. John George Miller. 
166 



TATE Society No. General Society No. 

199 LooMis, Ch.-\rles Joel, Joliet. 4180 

6th from Lieut. Samuel Loomis. 

215 Manchester, Harry Stewart, Evanston. 4457 
4th from Capt. Matthew Manchester. 

214 Marvin, Chancellor Sanford, Glasford. 4456 
8th from ^Matthew Marvin, Sr. 

205 Pool, Marvin Bemis, Chicago. 11 50 

5th from Capt. Edmund Bemis. 

222 Rogers. Edward Sidney, Chicago. 4711 

I ith from Elder William Brewster, 
loth from Gov. Thomas Prence. 

9th from Maj. John Freeman. 

8th from Hon. John Alden. 

5th from Jesse Rogers. 

212 SiKES, Frederick Gilbert, Evanston. 43^6 

7th from Samuel Partridge. 

219 Smith. Orson. Chicago. 4475 

5th from Lieut. Samuel Knapp. 

207 Taylor, Lloyd Berthrong, Chicago. 4-07 

4th from Asa Taylor, Sr. 

208 Van Schaick, Arthur Patton, Chicago. 4215 

9th from Abraham Isaac Ver Planck. 
7th from Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 
7th from Lieut. Wessels Ten Broeck. 
7th from Maj. Dirk Wessels Ten Broeck. 
7th from Maj. Hendrick Cuyler. 
7th from David Schuyler. 
6th from Johannis Abeel. 
6th from Johannes Cuyler. 
: 5th from Anthony Sybrant Van Schaick. 

167 



>TATE Society No. General Society No. 

5th from Capt. Anthony Van Schaick. 
4th from Anthony Van Schaick. 
4th from Capt. Henry Ludington. 

209 Van Schaick, Harrison Ludington, Chicago. 4216 

7th from Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 
7th from Maj. Dirk Wessels Ten Broeck. 
7th from Maj. Hendrick Cuyler. 
4th from Capt. Henry Ludington. 

210 We.\re, John, Cambridge, Mass. 4239 

8th from Nathaniel Weare. 

221 Winston, Bertram IMcIntosh, Chicago. 44/8 

5th from Capt. John Mohr Mcintosh. 

202 Woodruff, Thomas Adams, Chicago. 4182 

5th from Capt. Nathaniel Woodruff. 



ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. Geneeal Society No. 

88 Bailey, Edward Payson, Chicago. 1655 

8th from Edward Griswold. 
7th from Robert Jones. 

186 Baker, Alfred Landon, Chicago. 3669 

9th from William Collier. 
9th from Thomas Bourne. 
9th from Elder William Brewster. 
9th from Richard Warren. 
8th from Rev. John Lothrop. 
8th from Thomas Clark. 
8th from Gabriel Fallowell. 
8th from Capt. William Hedge. 
8th from John Barnes. 
8th from Sergt. Thomas Pierce. 
8th from Hon. John Alden. 
8th from Love Brewster. 
8th from Josiah Winslow. 
8th from Robert Bartlett. 
8th from Jonathan Brewster. 
8th from Deacon Thomas Lynde. 
8th from Capt. Joseph Hills. 
8th from Christopher Lindsay. 
8th from Capt. Thomas Marshall. 
7th from Lieut. Benjamin Bartlett. 
7th from Philip Delano (De la Noye). 
7th from Humphrey Turner. 
7th from John ]\Iiller. 
7th from Ens. Thomas Newhall. 
/th from Eleazer Lindsay. 
169 



ILLINOIS. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

7th from John Churchill, Sr. 
7th from William Peabodie.. 
7th from Capt. John Waite. 
7th from Thomas Lynde. 
7th from Elder John Turner. 
7th from Sergt. Thomas James. 
6th from John Churchill. 
6th from Joseph Lynde. 
6th from John James. 
5th from Capt. Samuel Waite. 

194 Brown, Paul, Chicago. 3979 

7th from Gov. Roger Williams. 

197 Favor, Otis Skinner, Chicago. 398- 

9th from Rev. Robert Jordan. 
8th from Dominicus Jordan. 
8th from William Dodge. 
8th from Edmund Edenden. 
7th from Sergt. Thomas Rand. 
7th from Major Robert Pike. 
7th from Capt. Humphrey Scammon. 
7th from Sergt. John Stevens. 
7th from Capt. John Dodge. 
7th from George Robinson. 
6th from Richard Cheever. 
6th from Capt. Edmund Pattishall. 
6th from Ralph Ellenwood. 

182 Smith, Thomas Herbert, Chicago. 3525 

7th from Thomas Paine. 



■fin nOemoriam. 



Charles Durkee Da\a, died March i8, 1909. 
Louis Dyer, died July 10, 1908. 
Francis Porter Fisher, died Jan. 4, 1907. 
Henry Aloxzo Hun'TINxtov, died July 30, i9( 
James Nevins Hyde, died Sept. 6, 1910. 
John Henry Loo.mis, died Feb. 7, 191 1. 
Asa G. Pettibone, died Aug. 13, 190S. 
Charles Ridgely, died Aug. 11, 1910. 
Hiram Holbrook Rose, died Jan. ii, 1910. 
Edward McKinstry Teall, died Jan. 27, 1907. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI. 

Governor. 
Horatio Nelson Spencer, M.D., LL.D. 

Deputy-Governor. 
William Potts Kennett. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
■ Prof. Edward Martin Shepard, Sc.D. 

Seeretary. 

Hobart Brinsmade, 

mo Washington Ave., St. Louis. 

Deputy Secretary. 
Ed\v.\rd Fisher Jackson. 

Treasurer. 
George Turner Parker. 

Registrar. 
Henry Cadle. 

Historian. 
James Thomas Sands. 

Chaplain. 
Rt. Rev. Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, D.D., LL.D. 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Dr. Horatio Nelson Spencek, 
William Potts Kexnett, 
Prof. Edward Martin Shepard, 

HOBART BrINSMADE, 

George Turner Parker, 

Henry Cadle, 

Charles McIntosh Cuthbert, 

Henry Purkitt Wyman, 

Robert McCulloch, 

Hon. William Bradford Homer, 

Hon. Selden Palmer Spencer, 

Wallace Delafield, 

Franklin Lee Ridgely, 

Hon. Frederick Newton Judson, 

Amedee Berthold Cole, 

Isaac Howe Sawyer. 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

181 Barton, Joseph Jewett, Greensboro, N. C. 4418 
7th from Benjamin Barton. 

163 BixBY, William Keeney, LL.D., St. Louis. 4185 
7th from Joseph Bixby. 

162 Blagden, Edward P.eynolds, St. Louis. 41 11 

9th from Edward Converse. 
8th from Lieut. James Converse. 
7th from Maj. James Converse. 

184 Boogher, Frank, St. Louis. 4421 

9th from Col. John Chew. 
8th from Lieut. PhiHp Thomas. 
8th from Maj. Richard Ewen. 
8th from Col. Samuel Chew. 
8th from Francis Hutchins. 
7th from Lieut.-Col. Henry Ridgely. 

188 Boogher, Howard Murray, St. Louis. 4556 

9th from Col. John Chew. 
8th from Lieut. Philip Thomas. 
8th from Maj. Richard Ewen. 
8th from Col. Samuel Chew. 
8th from Francis Hutchins. 
7th from Capt. William Cole. 

183 Boogher, John Hogan, St. Louis. 44^0 

9th from Col. John Chew. 
8th from Lieut. Philip Thomas. 
8th from Maj. Richard Ewen, 
174 



MISSOURI. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Col. Samuel Chew. 

8th from Francis Hutchins. 

7th from Lieut.-Col. Henry Ridgely. 
182 BooGHER, Lawrence, St. Louis. 4419 

9th from Col. John Chew. 

8th from Lieut. Philip Thomas. 

8th from Maj. Richard Ewen. 

8th from Col. Samuel Chew. 

8th from Francis Hutchins, 

7th from Lieut.-Col. Henry Ridgely. 
173 Branch, Charles, St. Louis. 4397 

4th from Capt. David Bell. 

3rd from Henry Bell. 
160 Bronson, Edward Pitkin, Chester, 111. 4072 

9th from Thomas Buckingham. 

8th from Thomas Kimberly. 

8th from Samuel Boardman. 

8th from Thomas Root. 

8th from Lieut. Thomas Benedict. 

7th from John Bronson. 
192 BuLKLEY, Frederick Charles, St. Louis. 4559 

7th from Rev. Gershom Bulkeley, D.D., M.D. 
171 Cadle, Cornelius, Muscatine, Iowa. 435^ 

9th from John Howland. 

9th from John Gallup. 

8th from Maj. Peter Bulkeley. 

8th from Capt. George Denison. 

8th from Maj. John Dexter. 

7th from Capt. Noah Wiswall, ist. 
185 Carleton, Murray, St. Louis. 4422 

9th from Col. John Chew. 

8th from Lieut. Philip Thomas. 
17s 



MISSOURI. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Maj. Richard Ewen. 
8th from Col. Samuel Chew. 
8th from Francis Hutchins. 
7th from Capt. William Cole. 

195 Clarke, Chauncey Hazeltine, Springfield. 4595 
loth from John Clark. 
9th from Lieut. Francis Griswold. 
9th from Lieut. William Pratt. 
9th from Nathaniel Kirtland. 
8th from Ens. Jared Spencer. 
6th from Maj. Jedediah Chapman. 

167 Cole, Amedee Berthold, St. Louis. 4238 

9th from Elder William Brewster. 
9th from Stephen Hopkins. 
8th from Gov. Thomas Prence. 
7th from Daniel Cole. 
7th from Maj. John Freeman. 

176 Coles, Walter De Rosset, St. Louis. 4400 

6th from James Logan. 
5th from William Logan. 
4th from William Preston. 

190 Emory, Edward Hardcastle, St. Louis. 4558 

3rd from Col. William Hemsley. 

197 Evans, Charles Clark, Sedalia. 4686 

6th from Capt. Christopher Clark. 

194 Furness, Alexander Ramsey, St. Joseph. 4561 
9th from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf. 
8th from Capt. Stephen Greenleaf. 
7th from Capt. Stephen Greenleaf, Jr. 
4th from Capt. John Furness. 
176 



Seal of the Society 

in the 
State of Missouri 



State Society No. General Society No. 

179 Greve, Clifford, St. Louis. 44i6 

9th from Edward Dotey. 
9th from John Faunce. 
9th from Thomas Allyn. 
9th from Rev. John Mayo. 
Sth from Nathaniel Bacon. 
Sth from John Otis. 
Sth from Samuel Allyn. 
7th from Capt. Matthew Fuller. 
7th from Lieut. Samuel Fuller. 
7th from Capt. Christopher Clark. 
7th from Rev. John Smith. 
7th from Col. John Otis. 
6th from Col. James Otis. 
5th from Col. Joseph Otis. 

189 Hadley, William Lester, St. Louis. 4557 

7th from Lieut.-Col. Henry Ridgely. 

6th from Thomas Odell. 
177 Hedgcock, William Edward, St. Louis. 4401 

5th from John Smead. 
157 Kennett, William Potts, St. Louis. 4002 

5th from Capt. Joshua Hempstead. 
193 Knight, William Warren, Kansas City. 45'^o 

Sth from Col. Ninian Beall. 

7th from Maj. Thomas Beall. 

6th from Capt. Archibald Edmonstone. 

6th from Capt. Samuel Magruder. 

5th from Capt. James Edmonstone. 

5th from Capt. George Neville. 
159 LuDiNGTON, Elliot Kingman, St. Louis. 4071 

Sth from Lieut. John Wyman. 

Sth from Maj. William Johnson. 
177 



State Society No. General Society No. 

6th from Corp. Setli Wyman. 
6th from Capt. Seth Wyman, Sr. 
5th from Capt. Edward Harrington. 
4th from Jonathan Harrington. 

187 Meriwether, William Western, Kansas 

City. 4555 

7th from Nicholas Meriwether. 
6th from Francis Thornton. 

186 Miller, Robert Finney, St. Louis. 4423 

8th from George Soule. 
7th from Edmund Weston, Sr. 
5th from Abraham Miller, Sr. 
4th from Abraham Miller, Jr. 
4th from William Stewart. 
4th from Stephen Winston. 

lyo Newcomb, Clarence Fisher, Chicago, 111. 4267 
7th from Gov. William Bradford. 
6th from Maj. William Bradford. 
6th from Lieut. Andrew Newcomb. 

156 Picker, Oliver Sheppard, Joplin. 4001 

loth from Deacon Samuel Chapin. 
loth from Nathaniel Foote. ist. 

9th from Samuel Marshfield. 

9th from Josiah Churchill. 

9th from Edward Elmer. 

8th from Lieut. Andrew Newcomb. 

164 RoBBiNS, Le Roy Kingsland, Capt., N.G.M., 

St. Louis. 4186 

9th from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
Sth from Capt. Filyp Pieterse Van Schuyler. 
7th from Capt. Isaac Kingsland. 
178 



State Society No. General Society No. 

198 RoDES, Joseph Henry, St. Louis. 4707 

5th from David Crawford. 

180 Sawyer, Isaac Howe, St. Louis. 44^7 

6th from Francis Littlefield. 

5th from William Sawyer. 

5th from Thomas Kilham. 

4th from Francis Sawyer. 
172 Spencer, Selden, M.D., St. Louis. 439^ 

9th from Rev. John Wilson. 

9th from Rev. Thomas Hooker. 

7th from Ens. Jared Spencer. 

7th from Dr. John Wilson. 

6th from Capt. William Pratt. 

5th from Isaac Spencer. 

196 Stein, Simon Gerberich, Muscatine. 4638 

4th from Ens. John Abraham Stein. 
165 Sullivan, Andrew McClure, St. Louis. 4220 

5th from John Fleming. 
175 Thomas, Hon. John Lileurn, De Soto. 4399 

7th from Augustine Warner, Sr. 

7th from Col. George Reade. 

6th from Augustine Warner, Jr. 

5th from Lieut.-Col. William Randolph. 

4th from Isham Randolph. 

3rd from Cornelius Thomas. 
174 Treat, James Wilp.er, Hannibal. 4398 

8th from Hon. Richard Treat. 

Sth from Gov. George Wyllys. 

8th from Gov. John Haynes. 

Sth from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

7th from Rev, John Woodbridge. 

7th from Rev. Gershom Bulkeley. D.D., IM.D. 
179 



MISSOURI. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

178 TuTTLE, Henry Solomon, St. Louis. 4402 

/th from William Tiittle. 
7th from Capt. Thomas Munson. 





Hn riDemoriam. 




4- 


i6i 


Eugene Salignac Abadie, died Sept. 11, 1909. 


135 


WiLLLiAM Street Baker, died Dec. 26, 1910. 


17 


Richard Aylett Barret, died April 8, 1908. 


113 


Orestes Augustus Crandall, died July 6, 1907. 


4 


CuRTiss Crane Gardiner, died Sept. — , 1908. 


94 


George Edwards Jackson, died Feb. 18, 1911. 


158 


Francis Henry Ludincton, died May 18, 1909. 


140 


Malcom Macbeth, died July 13, 1910. 


23 


George Amos Newco.mb, died Dec. 11, 1906. 


106 


Lewis Baldwin Parsons, died March 15, 1907. 


50 


John Frederic Randall, died April 10, 1909. 


51 


David Dickey Sabin, died Dec. 13, 1909. 


148 


Jacob Craig Van Blarcom, died Aug. 24, 1908. 


41 


Hugh Campbell Ward, died Aug. 15, 1909. 




4- Hh 4- 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 

Governor. 

Robert Ralston Jones. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Frederick Bellinger Shoemaker. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Harry Langdon Laws. 

Secretary. 

Jackson Wolcott Sparrow, 

509 Johnston Building, Cincinnati. 

Deputy-Secretary. 

Henry McCoy Norris. 

Treastirer. 

Edwin Clarence Goshorn. 

Registrar. 

Harry Brent Mackoy. 

Historian. 

Rev. Samuel Newell Watson. 

Chancellor. 

John Sanborn Conner. 

Surgeon. 

Dr. Charles A. L. Reed. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Henry Melville Curtis. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Ethan Osborn Hurd, Roderick Douglas Barney, 

Charles Theodore Greve, Herbert Jenney, 
John Gordon Battelle, Achilles Henry Pugh, 
Ephraim Morgan Wood, John McGrath, 
Irwin McDowell Smith, Whittlesey Adams. 



OHIO. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1S99-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

85 Adams, George Dana, Cleveland. 4260 

4th from Capt. Eli Mygatt. 
88 Burrows, Charles William, Cleveland. 4366 

7th from Maj. Robert Pike. 

86 Ganson, George Henry, Cleveland. 4261 

8th from Richard Childs. 
91 Hargitt, Robert Palmer, Cincinnati. 4675 

8th from Resolved Waldron. 

8th from Joris Jansen de Rapaljie. 

8th from Frans Jansen Bloetgoet. 
90 Lewis, Charles, Cincinnati. 4551 

4th from Thomas Lewis. 
84 Putnam, Douglas, Ashland, Ky. 4156 

4th from Maj. -Gen. Israel Putnam. 
83 Reed, Charles Alfred Lee, Cincinnati. 4133 

6th from Lieut. Richard Stockton. 
80 *Sanford, Frederick Fenton. 4008 

5th from Seth Sanford. 
Si Short, Charles Wilkins, Cincinnati. 4019 

7th from Ens. William Goodrich. 
82 Short, John Cleves, Cincinnati. 4020 

loth from Dep. Thomas Newberry. 

9th from Dep. Thomas Stanley. 

9th from Dep. John Porter. 

9th from Dep. Matthew Marvin. 

9th from Capt. Daniel Clark. 

8th from Ens. William Goodrich. 

* Transferred to Michigan Society. 
182 



87 Smith, William Walker, Constantinople, 

Turkey. 4262 

9th from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 
89 Tate, M.a.gnus Alfred, Cincinnati. 455° 

4th from Ens. Magnus Tate. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

47 Conner, John Sanborn, Cincinnati. 2038 

Sth from Capt. Edmund Greenleaf . 

6th from Thomas Chase. 
41 Fitch, Winchester, New York City. 2032 

7th from Rev. James Fitch. 
74 McGrath, John, Cleveland. 3706 

loth from Gov. Thomas Mayhew. 

9th from William Almy. 

9th from Matthew West. 

Sth from Bartholomew West. 

8th from Tristram Coffin. 

Sth from John Vincent. 

Sth from Lieut. Richard Stockton. 

7th from Lieut. Richard Hunnewell. 

6th from Capt. Benjamin Hammond. 

6th from Maj. Edward Winslow. 
78 Sparrow, Jackson Wolcott, Cincinnati. 3922 

9th from Asst.-Gov. Henry Wolcott, Sr. 

9th from Maj. William Whiting. 

9th from Dep. William Hayden. 

Sth from Dep. Henry Wolcott, Jr. 

Sth from Capt. Giles Hamlin. 

Sth from Maj. Samuel Appleton. 
183 



■fln flDemoriam. 



Howard Barney, died April 23, 1911. 
Phineas Sanborn Conner, died March 26, 1909. 
Benjamin Rush Covven, died Jan. 29, 1908. 
Nathaniel Henchman Davis, died Nov. 17, 1910. 
Samuel Furman Hunt, died Jan. 12, 1907. 
Perin Langdon, died April i, 1908. 
Richard Pratt Marvin, died June 23, 1906. 
Hiram Harper Peck, died Oct. 18, 1908. 
Ja.mes Stark Wayne, died March 31, 1907. 
Chauncey Rose Winslovv, died May 16, 1909. 
Howard Sydenham Winslow, died Feb. i, 1910. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA. 

Governor. 
Myron Leslie Learned. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
Clement Chase. 

Treasurer. 
Frank Tiernan Hamilton. 

Chancellor. 
Charles Albert Goss. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Charles Albert Goss, 
Charles William Hamilton, 
Clement Chase, 
Myron Leslie Learned. 



Iln riDemoriam. 

Rev. George Wallen Crofts, died May 16, 1909. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF ^IINNESOTA. 

Goz'ernor. 
Paul Doty. 

Deputy-Governor. 
Harry Edward Whitney, M.A. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
George Damon Swift. 

Secretary. 

Herbert Mortimer Temple. 

Germaiiia Life Insurance Bldg., St. Paul. 

Treasurer. 
William Beckwith Geery. 

Registrar. 
Jehiel Weston Ciiamberlin, M.D. 

Historian. 
Edward Blake Young. 

Genealogist. 
Fremont Nathan Jaynes. 

Chancellor. 
Hon. Moses Edwin Clapp. 

Chaplain. 
Rev. Theodore Sedgwick. 

Surgeon. 

Henry Journeay Wells, M.D. 

187 



MINNESOTA. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring 191 1. 
Frank Irving Whitney, 
Kenneth Clark, 
William Beckwith Geery. 

Term Expiring 1912. 
George Center Power, 
Philip Barstow Hunt, 
George Arthur Goodell. 

Term Expiring 1913. 
Hon. Loren Warren Collins, 
Edmund Joseph Phelps, 
William Gardner White. 



FORMER GOVERNORS WHO ARE MEMBERS 
OF THE COUNCIL EX-OFFICIO. 

Rukard Kurd, 

Charles Phelps Noyes, 

James Franklin Wade, ]\Iaj.-Gen., U.S.A. 

Jacob Stone, 

William Hurley Lightner, 

Ell Torrance, 

Edward Charles Stringer, 

William Eddy Richardson. 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

171 Arnold, Luther Bishop, Duluth. 4290 

7th from Capt. Roger Clap. 

190 Bagley, George Colt, Minneapolis. 4316 

6th from Capt. John Colt. 

193 Beall, Fielder Montgomery Magruder, 

Major, U.S.A., Fort Snelling. 47 iS 

7th from Col. Ninian Beall. 
168 Bryant, James Spencer, St. Paul. 4287 

7th from Capt. Jonathan Danforth. 
187 Burton, Ward Cotton, Deep Haven. 4313 

4th from Jonathan Burton. 
184 Clapp, ]Moses Edwin, St. Paul. 4305 

7th from Capt. John Gallop. 

191 Cutler, Fred Abbott, Minneapolis. 4716 

8th from John Gushing, Sr. 

201 Decker, Wilbur Fisk, Minneapolis. 4726 

5th from Capt. Solomon Holman. 

192 Drew, Charles Wayland, I\I.D., Minneapolis. 4717 

5th from Ichabod Robie. 

177 Edwards, Rev. Maurice Dwight, St. Paul. 4298 
Sth from Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

179 FoBES, William Huntington, St. Paul. 4300 

loth from Gov. William Bradford. 
203 Gesner, Anthon Temple, Middletown, Conn. 4730 
6th from Lieut. Robert Webster. 



MINNESOTA. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

1 80 Gilbert, Payson Henry, St. Paul. 4301 

8th from Thomas Gridley, Sr. 

181 Gregg, Henry Sellers, Minneapolis. 4302 

6th from Thomas Hazen, Sr. 

173 Hall, Henry Benbrooke, St. Paul. 4/14 

4th from Capt. Asahel Hall. 

198 Hargreaves, Fred. Wells, Duluth. 4723 

7th from John Bouton, Sr. 

175 Hunt, Philip Barstow, St. Paul. 47-7 

9th from Gov. John Webster. 

178 Kirk, Everett Buell, St. Paul. 4^99 

7th from Deacon Samuel Allen, Jr. 

188 Lane, George Bishop, Minneapolis. 4314 

4th from Capt. John Lane. 

195 Lyon, Hiram Rogers, Minneapolis. 47-C 

7th from William Lyon. 

186 Lyon, John Henry Hobart, Faribault. 4312 

5th from Thomas Lyon, 2d. 

176 McMillan, Frank Griggs, Minneapolis. 472S 

3rd from Col. Andrew McMillan. 

182 Power, Charles McIlrath, St. Paul. 4303 

9th from Capt. Arthur Fenner. 

183 Power, George Center, St. Paul. 4304 

9th from Capt. Arthur Fenner. 

194 Prentiss, Samuel Loomis, Winona. 47^9 

Sth from Capt. Thomas Prentice. 

169 Rogers, Arthur Ross, Minneapolis. 4288 

7th from Ens. Joseph Tilden. 



MINNESOTA. 
TATE Society No. General Society No. 

200 Rogers, George Henry, Minneapolis. 4725 

7th from Ens. Joseph Tilden. 

189 Smith, Harvey Blatchford, Minneapolis. 4315 
9th from Gov. William Bradford. 

185 Smith, Henry Edwin, St. Paul. 43o6 

7th from Sergt. John Dickinson. 

199 Strong, H.\rry Carter, Duluth. 4724 

8th from Elder John Strong. 

197 Swift, George Damon, Duluth. 4722 

7th from William Swift. 

172 Temple, Herbert Mortimer, St. Paul. 4713 

7th from Abraham Temple. 
202 Thayer, Edwin Alston, Minneapolis. 4729 

7th from Ens. James Kidder. 
170 Thompson, Mackey James, St. Paul. 4289 

8th from Edward Converse. 



196 


Thurston, Rev. Theodore Payne, 


Minne- 




apolis. 


4721 




6th from Edward Thurston. 




164 


Ware, Edwin Morton, St. Paul. 


4283 




7th from William Cooper. 




167 


Ware, George Bertram, St. Paul. 
8th from William Cooper. 


4286 


165 


Ware, Howard Fithian, St. Paul. 
8th from William Cooper. 


4284 


166 


Ware, Robert Leslie, St. Paul. 


4285 



8th from William Cooper. 
White, Edwin, St. Paul. 4715 

loth from Resolved White. 

191 



MINNESOTA. 



Tin riDemcriam, 



153 Eugene Burt, died July 5, 1906. 

46 Clarence Abner Chamberlin, died Feb. 17, 1911. 

16 Edwin Sedgwick Chittenden, died Oct. 8, 1908. 

154 Francis Marion Crosby, died Nov. 15, 1910. 
79 Paris Fletcher, died Sept. 7, 1908. 

24 Frederick Lee Gilbert, died April 9, 1910. 

26 Franklin Lewis Greenleaf, died Feb. 7, 1908. 

57 Roscoe Freeman Hersey, died Oct. i, 1906. 

143 Edwin Ames J.\ggard, died Feb. 24, 191 1. 

30 Daniel Rogers Noyes, died April 13, 1908. 

115 George Enoch Pond, died Nov. 20, 1907. 
103 Channing Seabury, died Oct. 28, 1910. 

65 William Sharp Timberlake, died Sept. lo, 1906. 

15 Henry Pratt Upham, died May i, 1909. 

116 Francis William Woodward, died Jan. 13, 1908. 

117 George Brooks Young, died Dec. 30, 1906. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. 

Governor. 

Rogers Clark Ballard Thruston. 

Deputy-Governor. 

John Bond Atkinson. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

George Lee Burton. 

Secretary. 

George Twyman Wood. 

430 W. Main St., Louisville. 

Treasurer. 

John Delaware Otter. 

Registrar. 

George Hall Wilson. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Peyton Harrison Hoge. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring 191 1. 
*MoRRis B. Belknap, 
Charles Bonnycastle Robinson, Jr., 
John I. Jacob. 

Term Expiring 1912. 
George Davidson Todd, 
Matthew Love Akers, 
William Lafon Halsey. 

Term Expiring 1913. 
Samuel Thurston Ballard, 
John Barret Hundley, 
Joseph Adger Stewart. 

•Deceased. 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

62 Adams, Gilmer Speed, Louisville. 4637 

6th from Richard Adams. 

52 Ballard, Charles Thruston, Louisville. 4124 

8th from Rev. Charles Mynn Thruston. 
5 1 Ballard, Samuel Thruston, Glenview. 
8th from Rev. Charles Mynn Thruston. 

57 Bruce, James White, Louisville. 

7th from Capt. John McDowell. 
49 Burton, Rev. Lewis William, Lexington. 

8th from Sergt. Jeremiah Judson. 

8th from Nathaniel Foote. 

8th from Capt. Joseph Rockwell. 

8th from John Curtis. 

59 Clark, Edward Hobson, Jr., Owensboro. 
loth from William Hatcher. 

63 Gettys, Francis McKeldin, Louisville. 

5th from Col. William Fleming. 

61 Harris, Credo Fitch, Glenview. 
9th from Rev. James Fitch. 

56 Jacob, Donald Robertson, Louisville. 
8th from Col. George Taylor. 

55 Jacob, John I., Louisville. 

8th from Col. George Taylor. 

53 Otter, Robert Wortham, Louisville. 

9th from Col. William Ball. Sr. 
194 



KENTUCKY. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

60 Robinson, Arthur Lee, Louisville. 43^5 

8th from Col. Nicholas Greenbury. 

58 Robinson, Charles Bonnycastle, Jr., River- 
side, 111. 4241 
8th from Capt. James Avery. 
8th from Col. George Mason. 

64 Stewart, Joseph King, Louisville. 4709 

8th from Brig.-Gen. Andrew Lewis. 

50 Thruston, Rogers Clark B.\llard, Glen- 
view. 4122 
8th from Rev. Charles Mynn Thruston. 



Tin riDemoriam. 




-i- 




54 Col. Morris B. Belknap, died April, 


1910. 


I Thomas Page Grant, M.D., died in 


1907. 


21 Ed.mund Tvron Halsey, died July 9, 


1907. 


35 Samuel Hanson Stone, died April 3, 


1909. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 

Governor. 
Frank Clarke Prf.scott. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Hon. Erskine Mayo Ross. 

Liexitenant-Governor. 

Hon. Cameron Erskine Thom. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 

Harrison Babcock Alexander, 

1037 South Olive St., Los Angeles. 

Registrar. 

Edward Thomas Harden, 

2331 Thompson St., Los Angeles. 

Chancellor. 

Orra Eugene Monnette. 

Historian. 

Freeman Golding Teed. 

Surgeon. 

Andrew Stewart Lobingier, M.D. 

Chaplain. 
Rev. William Augustus Brewer. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 
Term Expiring 1911. Term Expiring 1912. 

Willard Atherton Nichols, Holdridge Ozro Collins, 

Albert Henry Payson, Bradner Wells Lee, 

Orville Dwight Baldwin. Charles Strong Walton. 

Term Expiring 1913. 
Arthur Burnett Benton, 
Harry Rea Callender, 
Willis Milnor Dixon. 
196 



CALIFORNIA. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

83 Brown, Frederick Leonard, Pasadena. 453^ 

loth from Elder William Brewster. 
9th from Gov. Thomas Prence. 

79 Burbank, Eugene Damon, Los Angeles. 4403 

8th from Gov. William Leete. 

78 Callender, Harry Rea, Los Angeles. 4395 

7th from Joseph Clarke. 

71 Cooke, Thomas Frank, Hollywood. 3498 

9th from Gov. Roger Williams. 
9th from Pres. John Coggeshall. 
9th from Gov. Nicholas Easton. 
9th from William Almy. 
9th from Dep.-Gov. John Greene. 
8th from Thomas Greene, Sr. 
8th from John Greene. 
8th from John Sayles. 
8th from Hon. Peter Easton. 
8th from Gov. Caleb Cam 
7th from Caleb Carr, Jr. 
7th from Thomas Greene, Jr. 
7th from Thomas Fry. 

y;^ Denman, Abram Cross, Jr., Redlands. 4177 

8th from Thomas Halsey. 

70 Du Bois, Ernest Blois, San Rafael. 4134 

Sth from John Ogden. 
7th from Col. Robert Livingston. 
'97 



CALIFORNIA. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

6th from James Alexander. 
6th from Pierre Du Bois. 
5th from Matthew Clarkson. 
4th from John Jay. 

85 Haggott, Ernest Ames, Los Angeles. 4549 

4th from Richard Pearl. 

80 HowLAND, Carver, Major, U.S.A., San Diego. 4435 
5th from Lieut. Jabez Rowland. 

75 *HuLL, John Charles Fremont. 4247 

8th from Rev. Joseph Hull. 
4th from Samuel Scribner. 

82 HuTCHiNGS, DeWitt Vermilye, Riverside. 4548 
8th from Isaac Vermilye. 
7th from Johannes Vermilye. 

76 Kinzie, Julian Magill, Castroville. 4343 

6th from Gov. Roger \\'olcott. 

y;^ Mersereau, John Daniel, Pasadena. 4394 

9th from Hon. John Alden. 

7th from Major. William Bradford. 

7th from Capt. Cornelius Corson. 

7th from Sergt. Richard Butts. 

6th from Capt. Gerret Garretson (Gerretson). 

4th from Levi Redfield. 
74 MoNNETTE, Mervin Jeremiah, Los Angclcs. 4218 

6th from Col. Thomas Sprigg. 

5th from Ralph Crabb. 

4th from Conrad Schissler. 
72 Monnette, Orra Eugene, Los Angeles. 4176 

nth from John Lothrop. 
loth from Gov. Thomas Roberts. 

*Deceased. 
198 



CALIFORNIA. 
■Y No. General Society No. 

loth from Isaac Mixer. 

loth from Ezekiel Richardson. 

1 0th from Edmund Tillson. 

loth from John Dunham. 

loth from Richard Harrison. 

loth from Lieut. Griffin Craft. 

lOth from John Plumb. 

loth from Capt. Ricliard Walker. 

9th from Capt. Samuel Walker. 

9th from Samuel Hinckley. 

9th from Capt. Benayah Dunham. 

9th from Sergt. Richard Harrison, Jr. 

9th from Robert Clements. 

9th from Capt. Francis Drake. 

9th from Capt. Thomas Marshall. 

9th from Richard Higgins. 

9th from Thomas Newberry. 

9th from Robert Royce. 

9th from Hugh Calkin. 

9th from Rev. Joseph Hull. 

9th from John Parker. 

9th from John Pratt. 

8th from Daniel Pratt. 

8th from Benjamin Hull. 

8th from Israel Walker. 

8th from Capt. Daniel Clark. 

8th from Moses Pengry. 

8th from Joseph Bugbee. 

8th from John Smith. 

Sth from Samuel Moore. 

8th from John Severance. 

Sth from John Bean. 

Sth from Abraham Morrill. 

Sth from John Drake. 
199 



CALIFORNIA. 
State Society No. Geriul Socibtt No. 

8th from George Drake. 

8th from Ens. John Martin, Jr. 

8th from Capt. Francis Raynes. 

8th from Benjamin Wilson. 

8th from Lieut. Thomas Burnham. 

7th from Lieut. Thomas Burnham. 

7th from Benayah Dunham. 

7th from John Shotwell. 

7tii from Ens. Benjamin Hull. 

7tli from Sergt. Heniy Freeman. 

7th from Isaac Kendall. 

7th from Capt. John Moore. 

7th from Col. Thomas Sprigg. 

7th from Joshua Silverwood. ' .' ' 

7th from Philip Welch. 

7th from Benjam.in Stelle. 

7th from Lieut. Benjamin Russell. 

7th from Joseph Drake. 

7th from Samuel Smith. 

7th from Thomas Hi,5".2;iiis. 

7th from Capt. John Harrison. 

fith from Joseph Wilson. 

6th from Benjamin Smith. 

6th from Ralph Crahb. 

6th from Ebenpzer ^^^eb'^te^. 

6th from John Free"-'pn. 

cth from Israel Clnrk. 

pth from Samuel Scrihner. 

5th from Elias Rayno. 

5th from Conrad Schissler. 

81 Stewart, Ralph William, Los Angeles. 4479 
7th from Louis Du Bois. 
7th from Col. Jacob Rutsen. 



CALIFORNIA. 
•ATE Society No. General Society No. 

7th from Gerrit Janse Hardenburg. 
6th from Col. Johannes Hardenburg. 

84 Teed, Freeman Golding, Los Angeles. 4544 

8th from Capt. John Gallop. 
8th from Samuel Hinckley. 
7th from Henry Cobb. 
7th from Capt. John Gallop, Jr. 



CALIFORNIA. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

55 Benton, Arthur Burnett, Los Angeles. 3351 
9th from Deacon Samuel Chapin. 
9th from Lieut. Samuel Smith, Sr. 
6th from Lieut. Cornelius Hull. 
6th from Samuel Benton, Sr. 
6th from Medad Pomeroy. 
5th from Ens. Henry Chandler. 

I Collins, Holdridge Ozro, Los Angeles. 23 

8th from Sergt. Christopher Helme. 
7th from Major. William Bradford. 
6th from Sergt. Edward Wooster. 
6th from Capt. John Pease. 
4th from Lieut. Thomas Abbe (Abbey). 
4th from Lieut. Nathaniel Collins. 

59 KuLP, John Stewart, Major, U.S.A., Seattle, 

Wash. 3684 

8th from Robert Williams. 

6 Nichols, Willard Atherton, Redlands. 1187 

9th from Gov. John Winthrop. 
8th from William Sumner. 
7th from Ens. Thomas Wells. 
6th from Thomas Nichols. 
6th from John Folsom. 
4th from Lieut.-Col. Peter Atherton. 

65 Pollock, Edwin Taylor, Lieutenant-Com- 
mander, U.S.N., Washington, D. C. 3779 
8th from William Pitkin. 



CALIFORNIA. 
ATE Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Capt. Richard Walker. 
7th from Ens. Daniel Warner. 
5th from Deacon John Longley. 
4th from Capt. Othniel Taylor. 
4th from Joseph Longley. 

15 Prescott, Frank Clarke, Los Angeles. 1358 

6th from Jonathan Prescott. 

60 Walton, Charles Strong, Los Angeles. 3656 

8th from Sergt. Richard Hildreth. 
8th from Sergt. Elias Maverick. 
8th from Sergt. John Wilson. 
7th from Ens. John Lakin. 







1In 


flDemoriam, 




52 


Brig. 


-Gen. John 


Green Ballance, died Feb. 10 


1910. 


75 


John 


Charles Fremont Hull, died March 25, 


1909. 






^ 


-h -h 





OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF COLORADO. 

Governor. 

*DuRAND Clarence Packard. 

Deputy-Governor. 

*Dr. Charles Denison. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
RuFus Calvin Thayer. 

Secretary. 

John Wright Barrows. 

Box 1 43 1, Denver. 

Deputy-Secretary. 

Walter Clarence Frost. 

Treasurer. 

Chauncey Edward Dewey. 

Registrar. 

Richard Huson Hart. 

Historian. 

Edward Shaw Irish. 

Chancellor. 

Hon. Franklin Eli Brooks. 

Surgeon. 
Dr. Charles Nelson Hart. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Edmund James Armstrong Rogers, 
*Asahel Sutton, 
Henry LeBreton Wills, 
Edward Darwin Upham, 
Francis Crissey Young, 
William Chattin Wetherill. 

•Deceased. 
204 



COLORADO. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

70 TRAPH.4GEN, Frank Weiss, Denver. 4048 

9th from Gen. Constant Southworth. 



ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

69 Hart, Richard Huson, Denver. 3898 

loth from Stephen Hart. 
9th from Capt. Nicholas Ohnsted. 
9th from Gov. Thomas Welles. 
9th from PhiHp Sherman. 
8th from Judge Samuel Lothrop. 
8th from Thomas Gridley. 
8th from Sergt. Isaac Moore. 
8th from Nathaniel Porter, Sr. 
8th from Arthur Smith. 
8th from Hon. Richard Treat. 
8th from Gov. John Webster. 
8th and 7th from Ens. George Gardiner. 
7th from Capt. John Hart, 2d. 
7th from John Norton. 
7th from Thomas North. 
7th from Lieut. Nathaniel Porter, Jr. 
7th from Lieut. Robert Webster. 
205 



COLORADO. 



■fln flDemorlam. 

60 Joseph Warren Chapman, died Jan. 14, 1909. 

21 Charles Denison, M.D., died Jan. 10, 1909. 

57 DuRAND Clarence Packard, died Sept. 15, 1908. 

39 Asahel Sutton, died Feb. 14, 1910. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF IOWA. 

Governor. 

Stephen Alfred Swisher. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Lester Clark Bissell. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

John Ely Bready, M.D. 

Secretary. 

Benjamin Franklin Swisher, 

Waterloo. 

Treasurer. 

Isaac Stover Bigelow, M.D., 

Dubuque. 

Registrar. 

Lester Clark Bissell, 

Dubuque. 

Historian. 

George Edwin MacLean, Ph.D., LL.D. 

Chaplain. 
George Edwin AIacLean, Ph.D., LL.D. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Frederick ]\Iarion Hubbell. 
George Herbert Rich.\rdson, 
George Farnam Henry, 
John Stoney Ely, 
John Milton Lindly, 
Charles Leach Watrous, 
Willard Horatio Torbert, 
George Colvin Kennedy, 
Samuel Turner Morrison. 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

49 B.\KER, Hugh Potter, State College, Pa. 4378 

5th from Capt. Remember Baker. 

47 Henry, George Farnam, Des Moines. 4106 

7th from Lieut. John Howard. 

50 Kennedy, George Colvin, Waterloo. 4405 

8th from Capt. Edward Richmond. 

45 McFarland, George Eldrtck, Des Moines. 4246 

5th from Capt. Michael Adams. 

51 Swisher, Benjamin Franklin, Waterloo. 4530 

6th from Thomas Rose. 

46 Watrous, Charles Leach, Des ]\Ioines. 4017 

9th from Stephen Hopkins. 



Iln fIDemoriam. 

33 Amos Noyes Currier, A.M., L.L.D., died May 16,1909. 

15 Silas Wright Gardiner, died June 14, 1907. 

31 Hon. Joseph Henry Merrill, died April 25, 1911. 

17 Rev. William Salter, died Aug. 16, 1910. 



Seal of the Society 

in the 

State of Iowa 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA. 

Governor. 
William Ridgely Leaken. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Robert Caldwell Neely. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

William Berrien Burroughs. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 

Charles Henry Banks, 

Savannah. 

Registrar and Historian. 

Thomas Heyward Gignilliat. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Charles Hall Strong, D.D. 

Chancellor. 

Richard Dame Meader. 

Surgeon. 

Thomas Jackson Charlton, M.D. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

William Bearing Bearing, 
Anson Jesse Ives, 
Marcus Stephen Baker, 
Harris MacLeod King, 
Clarence Sherman Hammatt, 
Josiah Oakes Hatch, 
Clarence Gordon Anderson, Jr., 
Thomas Gamble, Jr., 
Calvin Donnell Parker. 
209 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

60 Blount, George Dexter, Denver, Colo. 4601 

9th from Rev. Gregory Dexter. 

63 GiGNiLLiAT, Leigh Robinson, Culver, Ind. 4574 
8th from John Hart. 

62 GiGNiLLiAT, Thomas Heyward, Savannah. 4603 
8th from John Hart. 

61 Parker, Calvin Donnell, Brunswick. 4602 

9th from Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell. 
9th from Lieut. Thomas Tracy. 
9th from Hon. Josiah Winslow. 
7th from Lieut. Jonathan Lyman. 

59 Willcox, Charles Henry, Washington, D. C. 4600 
loth from Gov. John Haynes. 





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fIDemonam 




35 


Alfred Dearing 


Harden, died Jan 


7, 1910. 


3 


Francis Fitch J 


ONES, died Oct. 15, 


1910. 


43 


Robert Emory Park, died in 1909. 






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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL, 
WARS IN THE STATE OF MICHIGAN. 

Governor. 

John Newbury Bagley. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Edward Waldo Pendleton. 

Secretary. 

Williams Cooper Harris, 

6io Wayne County Savings Bank Building, Detroit. 

Treasurer. 

Charles Moore. 

Registrar and Historian. 

Clarence Monroe Burton. 

Chaplain. 

Lee Sullivan McCollester, D.D. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term E.xpiring i\Iay, 1912. 
Alanson Sheley Brooks, 
Charles Albert DuCharme, 
James Dudley Hawks. 

Term Expiring May, 1913. 
Emory Wendell Clark, 
Alonzo Prentiss Ewing, 
Benjamin Freeman Comfort. 

Term Expiring May, 1914. 
George Harrison Barbour, 
James Smith Rogers, 
Bryant Walker. 
211 



MEMBERS AD^IITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. Geneiul Society No. 

76 Bancker, Enoch, Jackson. 4697 

5th from Capt. Evert Bancker. 
61 Burton. Clarence Monroe, Detroit. 4-/0 

8th from Gov. William Bradford. 
72 Farrand, Jacob Shaw, Jr., Detroit. 4485 

9th from Deacon John Doane. 
66 FiNCK, William Muir, Detroit. 4273 

7th from Ens. Andrew Finck. 
"jT^ Harris, Williams Cooper, Detroit. 44S6 

Sth from Capt. George Denison. 

8th from Elder William Brewster. 

7th from Robert Williams. 

7th from ^^'illiam Parke. 

6th from Capt. Joshua Hempstead. 

5th from Lieut. Gibson Harris. 
68 HiNMAN, Edward Chauncey, Battle Creek. 4234 

9th from Hon. John Alden. 
64 HoLLiDAY, William Post, Detroit. 4271 

4th from Lieut. James Holliday. 

77 Holt, Frank Ward, Detroit. 4698 

5th from Col. William Ward. 
63 Jarves, Deming, Detroit. 4214 

Sth from William Sumner. 
71 McCollester, Lee Sullivan, D.D., Detroit. 4484 

5th from Isaac McCollester. 
75 Moore, Charles, Detroit. 4508 

4th from Col. John Goffe. 



yo Parker, Edward Horatio, Detroit. 4357 

9th from Lieut. Moses Paine. 

9th from Lieut. Henry Adams. 

8th from Lieut. Daniel Pond. 
67 Ranney, Frederick Tappan, Detroit. 4-74 

4th from Capt. Samuel Hall. 
65 Rogers, Fordyce Huntington, Detroit. 427:2 

7th from Gov. William Bradford. 
62 Sanford, Frederic Fenton. 4008 

5th from Seth Sanford. 

69 Stevens, Frederic Beckwith, Detroit. 4339 

5th from Philip Beckwith. 
78 Whittemore, Laurence Johnson, Detroit. 4699 

6th from Capt. William Savage. 

74 *Wright, James North. 4507 

7th from Thomas North, Sr. 



11 n flDcmoriam. 



33 William Kyle Akderson, died Aug. 28, 1909. 

15 RuFUs Wheelwright Clark, died Jan. lo, 1909. 

12 Theodore Horatio Eaton, died Nov. 6, 1910. 

56 Leon Christian Finck, died Nov. 25, 1910. 

6 RuFUS Woodward Gillett, died Dec. 3, 1906. 

19 Oliver Goldsmith, died Jan. i6, 1911. 

10 WiLLiA.M Charles McMillan, died Feb. 23, 1907. 

37 Thomas Pitts, died Oct. 28, 1907. 

51 Charles Dana Standish, died Oct. 8, 1910. 

74 James North Wright, died Nov. 13, 1910. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. 

Governor. 

William Stark Smith. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Ellis Baker Usher. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Henry Alvin Crosby. 

Secretary. 

Oliver Frederic Dwight. 

341 Broadway, Milwaukee. 

Deputy-Secretary. 

Austin Walke Dwight. 

Treasurer. 

Jonathan Franklin Peirce. 

Registrar. 

Howard Greene. 

Historian. 

Howard Daniel Plimpton. 

Genealogist. 

Charles Copeland Russell. 

Chancellor. 

William Ward Wight. 

Surgeon. 

Alfred William Gray, M.D. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Horatio Gates. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Oliver Clyde Fuller, Thomas Lathrop Kennan, 

Nathaniel A. Gray, M.D., Albert Kellogg Stebbins, 

William Wolcott Strong. 

214 



WISCONSIN. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

64 DwiGHT, Austin Walkk, Milwaukee. 44io 

7th from Capt. Timothy Dwight. 

65 Plimpton, Howard Daniel, IMihvaukee. 4483 

9th from Sergt. John Plimpton. 



II n nDemoriani. 

2 Frank Slosson, died Feb. 4, 1911. 

9 William Chester Swain, died Sept. 15, 1909. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF DELAWARE. 

Governor. 
Hon. Edward Green Bradford. 

Dcputy-Goz'crnor. 

Hon. Henry Algernon du Pont. 

Lientenant-GoTcrnor. 

Hon. Preston Lea. 

Secretary. 

Christopher Longstreth Ward. 

Ford Building, Wilmington. 

Deputy-Secretary. 

Thomas Francis Bayard. 

Treasurer. 

William Henry Swift. 

Chancellor. 

Hon. John Reed Nicholson. 

Historian. 

Hon. Ignatius Cooper Grubb. 

Registrar. 

John Henry Rodney. 

Surgeon. 

Dr. Hiram Rodney Burton. 

Chaplain. 
Rev. Joseph Brown Turner. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring ]\Iay 5, 1914. 
Thomas Francis Bayard, 
Daniel Wheeler Corbit, 
Henry Ridgely, Jr. 
216 



S" 



OUTH Porch and Stairway to the Gallery of the OW 
Swedes Church in Wilmington, Delaware, which 
were restored and rebuilt by the Society in the State 
„( Delaware. The Church is now two hundred and 
twelve years old. 



MEMBERS AD^IITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

62 Bancroft, Joseph, Wilmington. 4500 

8th from Mahlon Stacy. 

60 B.\N CROFT, Samuel, Jr., Wilmington. " 4341 

7th from Mahlon Stacy. 

63 Bates, Daniel Moore, Wilmington. 4501 

9th from Samuel Bigelow. 

67 BissELL, George Perkins, Wilmington. 4505 

8th from Maj. John Mason. 

65 Canby, Henry Mathews, Wilmington. 4503 

6th from Thomas Canby. 

57 CoPELAND, Charles, Wilmington. 4064 

loth from Capt. Myles Standish. 

66 Harvey, Le Roy, Wilmington. 4504 

8th from William Brinton. 

59 Hii.LES, William Samuel, Wilmington. 4340 

6th from James Logan. 

56 Saulsf,ury, Willard, Wilmington. 4063 

7th from Philip Russell. 

61 Smith, Joshua Ernest, Wilmington. 4342 

7th from Thomas Watson. 

58 Thompson, Henry Burling, Greenville. 4065 

loth from William Thomas. 
9th from Capt. Nathaniel Thomas. 
9th from Dr. George Alcock. 
217 



DELAWARE. 
■ATE Society No. General Society No. 

8th from Major John Pell. 
8th from Capt. James Sands. 
8th from Joseph Paul. 
8th from Robert Heaton. 
8th from Capt. John Lloyd. 
7th from Capt. John Sands. 
7th from Robert Jones. 
7th from William Lewis. 

68 Wales, Joseph Patten, Wilmington. 45o6 

9th from Hon. John Alden. 

64 *Warner, John. 4502 

8th from Samuel Levis. 



DELAWARE. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

53 Garland, Hugh Alfred, Wilmington. 3727 

loth from Capt. Robert Higginson. 
loth from Thomas Gerard. 

9th from Sergt.-Maj. Lewis Burwell. 

9th from John Lear. 

9th from Maj. John Wheeler. 

9th from Lieut.-Gen. Giles Brent. 

9th from Capt. Robert Slye. 

8th from Hon. Lewis Burwell. 

8th from Archibald Blair. 

8th from Lieut. Thomas Courtney. 

8th from Mordecai Cooke. 

8th from Sir Edmund Plowden. 

8th from Capt. Gerard Slye. 

7th from Hon. John Blair. 

7th from Henry Fitz Hugh. 

6th from Armistead Burwell. 

6th from Capt. Samuel Jordan. 

5th from Hugh Rose. 

19 Ward, Christopher Longstreth, Wilming- 
ton. 1939 
9th from Lieut. William Spencer. 
9th from Edward Griswold. 
8th from Capt. Samuel Buel. 



DELAWARE. 



Tin flDemoriam. 



John Janvier Black, M.D., died Sept. 27, 1909. 
LiEUT.-CoL. John Rumsey Brinckle, died June 15, 1910. 
Colonel Edward Tiffin Comegys, died Aug. 31, 1906. 
James Avery Draper, M.D., died Nov. 24, 1907. 
Victor du Pont, Jr., died June 14, 1911. 
Colonel William Alexander La Motte, died Oct. 19, 

1907. 
WiLLARD Hall Porter, died April 25, 1907. 
Thomas Robinson, M.D., died Aug. 31, 1909. 
John Warner, died May 29, 1911. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE STATE OF RHODE 

ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE 

PLANTATIONS. 

Governur. 

Charles Dean Kimball. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Hamilton Bullock Tompkins. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Henry Brayton Rose. 

Secretary. 

Charles Edward Cannon. 

159 Wesleyan Ave., Providence. 

Treasurer. 

Frederick William Allen. 

Registrar. 

Edwin Aylsworth Burlingame. 

Historian. 

Norman Morrison Isham. 

Chancellor. 

John Taggart Blodgett. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Wilford Lawrence Hoopes. 

Surgeon. 

Nelson Re.\d Hall, M.D. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 
Term Ending December, 1911. Term Ending December 1912. 
Henry Clinton Dexter, William Conrad Rhodes, 
Edward C. B. Stixess, Amory Austin, 

Gilbert Harris Hagan. George Corliss Nightingale. 

Term Ending December, 19 13. 
Fred. Chester Lawton, 
George Leander Shepley, 
William Smith Granger. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

75 Allen, Frederick William, Providence. 4612 
3rd from Simon Davis. 

91 BoS'woRTH, Orrin Luther, Bristol. 4628 

6th from Nathaniel Bosworth. 

71 Cannon, Charles Edward, Providence. 4196 

8th from Dep.-Gov. John Greene, 

93 Cannon, William Warner Hoppin, Provi- 
dence. 4630 
loth from John Howland. 

82 Carr, Charles Read, Warren. 4619 

7th from Maj. John Greene. 

86 Carr, Frederick Dickman, Providence. 4623 

4th from Timothy Foster. 

92 Chambers, Robert Foster, Providence. 4629 

5th from Timothy Foster. 

83 Dennis, John Rhodes, Providence. 4620 

9th from Gov. Roger Williams. 

87 Dexter, Theodore Everett, Central Falls. 4624 

4th from Benjamin Tingley. 

90 Foster, Charles Samuel, Central Falls. 4627 
9th from Sergt. Thomas Foster. 

74 Foster, Joseph Henry, Pawtucket. 461 1 

8th from Sergt. Thomas Foster. 



RHODE ISLAND. 
ATE Society No. Geheeai. Society No. 

88 Greenough, Henry Waldo, Providence. 4625 

5th from Maj. John Ashley. 

89 Greenough, William Bates, Providence. 4626 

5th from Maj. John Ashley. 

yj Guild, Frederick Taft, Providence. 4614 

7th from John Rowland. 

72 Haz.\rd, Thomas George, Jr., Narragansett 

Pier. 4609 

8th from Gov. Nicholas Easton. 

80 Holmes, Daniel Franklin, Providence. 4617 

4th from Samuel Holmes. 

76 HooPES, Rev. WiLFOitD Lawrence, Provi- 
dence. 4613 
8th from Joshua Hoopes. 

64 Isham, Norman Morrison, Providence. 4193 

9th from Gov. John Webster. 
8th from Hendrick Gerritse Van Wie. 
5th from Surgeon Normand Morrison. 

63 Kingsbury, George Nelson, Providence. 4192 

6th from Jehosaphat Eldredge. 

73 Miner, George Leland, Providence. 4610 

8th from Capt. Thomas Miner. 

66 MuNROE, Addison Pierce, Providence. 4194 

6th from Col. Benjamin Church. 

85 MuNROE, Lyman Francis, East Providence. 4622 
6th from Col. Benjamin Church. 

79 Nightingale, George Corlis, Jr., Providence. 4616 
9th from Hon. John Alden. 
223 



RHODE ISLAND. 
State Society No. General Society No. 

69 Peck, Frederick Stanhope, West Barring- 

ton. 4607 

5th from Lieut. Nathaniel Peck. 

68 *Peck, Leander Remington, Barrington. 4606 

4th from Lieut. Nathaniel Peck. 

84 Pierce, Edward Elisha, Providence. 4621 

8th from Capt. Michael Pierce. 

81 Robinson, Edward Wanton, New York City. 4618 
6th from Gov. Gideon Wanton. 

70 Seymour, Walter Francis, Providence. 4608 

5th from Lieut. Nathaniel Peck. 

65 Shepherd, Edward Hawkes, Providence. 4605 
4th from Asa Hawkes. 

78 Smith, Frederick Estabrook, Pawtucket. 4615 
6th from Hon. John Gushing, 2d. 

67 Taft, Orr.w, Providence. 41 95 

7th from Gov. Roger Williams. 



RHODE ISL.4XD. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. Generai. Society No. 

56 BuRLiNGAME, Edwin Aylsworth, Providencc. 3957 
9th from Obadiah Holmes. 
9th from John Lippitt. 
8th from \\^ilham Hall. 
8th from John Brown. 
8th from John Tripp. 
7th from George Vaughan. 
6th from Roger Burlingame, 3d. 
6th from John Hall. 

28 ToPHAM, Theophilus, Newport. 2695 

8th from Stukely Westcott. 
8th from John Throckmorton. 
8th from President John Coggeshall. 
/th from Gov. Benedict Arnold. 



lln nDcnioriam. 



27 General Charles Ray Brayton, died Sept. 23, 1910. 

14 Hon. Melville Bull, died July, 1909, 

10 Hon. Elisha Dyer, died Nov. 29, 1906. 

11 Dr. Valentine Mott Francis, died June 6, 1907. 

35 General George Henry Keny'on, died May 7, 1910. 

68 Leander Remington Peck, died Jan. 28, 1909. 

12 John Austin Stevens, died June 16, 1910. 

16 RisBROUGH Hammett Tilley', died August, 1910. 

41 John Robert Whe.won, died April 14, 1907. 

iS General Hunter Carson White, died Aug. 26, 1910. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. 

Governor. 
Henry Lane Wilson. 

Deputy-Governor. 
Clyde Merritt Graves. 

Lieu tenant-Governor. 
Carroll Stephen Graves. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 

Hiram Burns Ferris, 

Terminal Building, Spokane. 

Registrar. 
Waldo Grant Paine. 

Historian. 
James Amenzo Hays. 

Chancellor. 
Frank Truman Post. 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Henry Lane Wilson, 
Asahel George Avery, 
Frank Truman Post, 
George Smith Brooke, 
Waldo Grant Paine. 
226 



WASHINGTON. 

MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

15 Hays, James Amenzo, Tacoma. 4545 

9th from George Hubbard. 

14 Paine, Waldo Grant, Spokane. 4452 

6th from ^Matthias Famsworth. 



ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

13 Graves, Carroll Stephen, Lieut., U.S.N. 3983 
9th from Capt. Thomas Graves. 

12 Graves, Clyde Merritt, Spokane. 3341 

9th from Capt. Thomas Graves. 
7th from Capt. Joseph Kingsbury, 2d. 

9 Graves, Frank Hyde, Spokane. 2588 

8th from Capt. Thomas Graves. 

II Graves, J.\y P., Spokane. 2768 

8th from Capt. Thomas Graves. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF MAINE. 

Governor. 

Fritz Hermann Jordan. 

Deputy-Governor. 

Major Charles Harrod Boyd. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Frederic Henry Gerrish, M.D. 

Secretary. 

Philip Ingraham Jones, 

Portland. 

Treasurer. 

Frederick Sturdivant Vaill. 

Registrar. 

Hon. Charles Freeman Libby. 

Historia]}. 

Rev. John Carroll Perkins, D.D. 

Genealogist. 

Henry Deering. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Henry Sweetser Burrage, D.D. 

ChanceUor. 
Hon. William Moulton Ingraham. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Edward Anson Butler, 

Augustus Freedom Moulton, 

Edward Deering Noyes, 

Joseph Warren Glidden, 

Hon. Clarence Hale. " 



SIR WU.I.IAM PEPPERRELL, the hero of ihe First 
Louisbourg Expedition in 1745, and a resident of what 
later became the State ol Maine. From an oil painting, 
a copy of which belongs to the Maine Historical Society. 



MEMBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

71 Baxter, James Phinney, Portland. 4694 

4th from Capt. Mathew Loomis. 

66 Chilcott, Langdon Sargent, Bangor. 437^ 

9th from William Bassett, Sr. 
8th from Gov. Thomas Mayhew. 
8th from William Bassett, Jr. 
8th from Capt. Thomas Tupper, Sr. 
8th from Edward Griswold. 
8th from Nicholas Noyes. 
8th from Richard Bourne. 
8th from James Skiff. 
7th from Capt. William Bassett, 3d. 
/th from Capt. Thomas Tupper, Jr. 
7th from Lieut. Francis Griswold. 
7th from Capt. Cutting- Noyes. 
7th from Lieut. Thomas Tracy. 
7th from Thomas Riggs. 
6th from Lieut. Jonathan Tracy. 

59 Cogswell, John Francis, Falmouth. 4057 

5th from Capt. William Goodhue. 

72 Deering, Frank Cutter, Saco. 4695 

5th from John Bowden. 

62 Donnell, Murray Gushing, Houlton. 4153 

9th from Gov. William Bradford. 

64 Doten, Elmer Ansel, Portland. 437° 

8th from John Howland. 
229 



State Soc.etv No. General Society No. 

70 Emery, George Addison, Saco. 4531 

5th from Ens. Timothy Thornton. 

68 Hale, Clarence, Portland. 481 1 

5th from Capt. Joseph Hale. 

67 HusE, Arthur Hosmer, Camden. 
8th from John Prescott. 



[4373 



65 Jones, Charles Folsom, Skowhegan. 4371 

6th from John Folsom. 

69 Manley, Samuel Cony, Augusta. 4812 

9th from Richard Williams. 

60 Senter, William, Portland. 4058 

7th from Capt. William Gerrish. 

63 Seymour, Harry Platt, Piermont-on-Hudson, 

N. Y. 4,55 

8th from Sergt. Robert Lockwood. 

61 Woodman, Walter Irving, St. Augustine, 

Fla- 4110 

9th from Dep.-Gov. Isaac Allerton. 



ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society Xo. General Society No. 

58 Brown, Philip Greely, Portland. 3847 

9th from Hon. John Alden. 

9th from Sergt. John Perkins. 

9th from William Collier. 

9th from Humphrey Turner. 

8th from Gen. Constant Southworth. 

8th from George Soule. 

8th from Maj. Robert Pike. 

8th from Capt. John Thaxter. 

8th from Capt. Thomas Bradbury. 

Sth from William Peabody. 

8th from Lieut. Ephraim Morton. 

Sth from Lieut. James Lewis. 
34 Talbot, Archie Lee, Lewiston. 3072 

Sth from Peter Brown. 

7th from Sergt. Ephraim Tinkham. 

7th from Francis Coombs. 

7th from George Vaughan. 



Iln flDemoriam. 




"^ 




16 Charles Fry, died Sept. 3, 1910. 




47 Stephen Holmes Weeks, died Sept. i 


1909. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF INDIANA. 

Governor. 

Merrill Moores. 

Deputy-Governor. 

CoL. William Jewett Robie. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Henry Brady Heywood. 

Seeretary. 

Rev. Christopher Smith Sargent, 

211 7 Talbott Ave., Indianapolis. 

Treasurer. 

Charles Emmet Coffin. 

Registrar. 

William Cochran Cunningh.\m. 

ChanecUor. 

George W. W'ilson. 

Surgeon. 

Richard Benbridge Wetherill, M.D. 

Historian. 

Rev. Benjamin Wilson Smith. 

Chaplain. 

Rev. Lewis Brown, Ph.D. 

Genealogist. 

Merrill Moores. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Henry Keble Merritt, 
Russell B. Harrison, 
William Oscar Bates. 
232 



INDIANA. 

MEAIBERS ADMITTED SINCE THE PUBLICA- 
TION OF THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT IN 
1906 TO THE LAST GENERAL 
REGISTER OF 1899-1902. 

State Society No. Geneem. Society No. 

31 Brown, Rev. Lewis, Ph.D., Indianapolis. 4364 

4th from Ebenezer Butler, Sr. 

26 Cunningham, William Cochran, New 

Castle. 4062 

4th from Lieut. Thomas Hope. 
25 Hale, Alton Thomas, Richmond. 4061 

7th from George Harlan. 
24 Hale, William Bayard, New York City. 4060 

7th from George Harlan. 
23 Hamilton, Alexander, Clarks, La. 4059 

5th from Ens. Nathan Hamilton. 
22 HiBBEN, Paxton Pattison, F.R.G.S., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 4107 

8th from Wallerand Dumont. 

28 Ketcham, David McDonald, Indianapolis. 4359 

8th from Wallerand Dumont. 
30 Merritt, Henry Keble, Indianapolis. 4361 

7th from Thomas Merritt. 
33 Mott, John Grenville, Michigan City. 4696 

5th from Capt. James Mott. 

32 Sargent, James Findlay Torrence, Indian- 

apolis. 4381 

6th from Daniel Benezet. 

27 Torrence, Rev. George Paull, Lafayette. 4163 

5th from Capt. George Paull. 
4th from Lieut. William Smith. 

29 Wilson, George W., Lafayette. 4360 

3rd from Col. William McKee. 
233 



INDIANA. 

ADDITIONAL LINES OF MEMBERS WHOSE 

NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN 

PREVIOUS REGISTERS. 

State Society No. General Society No. 

21 RoBiE, Guy Scott, Richmond. 3939 

9th from Deacon Robert Page. 
9th from Christopher Hussey. 
8th from Roger Shaw. 
7th from Seth Fogg. 
6th from Deacon Samuel Fogg, 2d. 

20 RoBiE, Col. William Jewett, Richmond. 3940 
8th from Deacon Robert Page. 
8th from Christopher Hussey. 
7th from Roger Shaw. 
6th from Seth Fogg. 
5th from Deacon Samuel Fogg, 2d. 

18 Sargent, Rev. Christopher Smith, Indian- 
apolis. 3712 
6th from John Reid. 

17 Sargent, Rev. George Paull Torrence, 

Battle Creek, Mich. 3692 

7th from John Reid. 



Seal of the Society 
. in the 
State of Indiana 



MEMBERSHIP OF THE SOCIETY OF 
COLONIAL WARS, JULY i, 191 1. 



1997 


Abbot, 


Edgar Wade. 


886 


Abbott, 


Edwin Hale. 


1+15 


Abbott, 


Everton Judson. 


4167 


Abert, 


William Stone. 


3813 


Adams, 


ASAEL E. 


3733 


Adams, 


Benjamin Bosworth. 


4.260 


Adams, 


George Dana. 


4';37 


Adams, 


Gilmer Speed. 


828 


Adams, 


Edw.ard Milton. 


4053 


Adams, 


Edwin Plimpton. 


2826 


Adams, 


Frederick Cossette. 


4253 


Adams, 


Henry. 


1416 


Adams, 


John Quincy. 


1616 


Adams, 


John Walker. 


2906 


Adams, 


Joseph Weaver. 


3625 


Adams, 


Walter Wood. 


859 


Adams, 


Washington Irving Lincoln. 


3813 


Adams, 


Whittlesey. 


43S0 


Adsit, 


Elbridge Senaca 


363 


AlTKEN 


, William Benford. 


1530 


Akers, 


Matthew Love. 


1667 


Albro, 


Addis. 


1774 


Alden, 


Isaac Carey. 




Aldrich, Talbot Bailey. 


3087 


Aldridge, Frederick Thurston. 


2206 


Alexander, Harrison Babcock. 


2562 


Allen, 


Charles Edwin. 


3443 


Allen, 


Crawford Carter. 


2068 


Allen, 


Francis Richmond. 


2069 


Allen, 


Frederick Baylies. 


1004 


Allen, 


Frederick Hobbes. 


4613 


Allen, 


Frederick William. 


3S00 


Allen, 


Hem AN Woods. 


4209 


Allen, 


John Johnson. 


3668 


Allen, 


John Kermott. 


4135 


Allen, 


Marion Shaler. 


4582 


Allen, 


Oliver Field. 


52S 


Allen, 


Theodore Lathrop. 


3620 


Allerton, Walter Scott. 


2229 


Amee, 


Albert Francis. 



Conn. 

Mass. 

Minn. 

D.C. 

Ohio. 

R.I. 

Ohio. 

Ky. 

III. 

N.J. 

Mo. 

Conn. 

Minn. 

Minn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Ohio. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Ky. 

Mich. 

Ohio. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Cal. 

Vt. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

R.L 

Vt. 

Vt. 

III. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. 

2893 Ames, Adelbert. 

1717 Ames, Joseph Blanchard. 

1746 Ames, Louis Annin. 

1804 Amory, Francis Inman. 

1702 Amsden, Franklin Dana. 

3563 Anderson, Clarence Gordon, Jr. 

3707 Anderson, John F 

1910 Andrew, Henry Hersey. 

3866 Andrews, James Madison. 

200I Andrews, James Sherlock. 

1978 Andrews, William Given. 

4665 Appleton, Charles Brooks. 

1798 Appleton, Francis Henry. 

4386 Appleton, Francis Randall. 

31 II Arms, Frank Thornton. 

3674 Armsby, James Kendall. 

4290 Arnold, Luther Bishop. 
2522 Arthurs, Edward Ferguson. 
1950 Ashton, Thomas George. 
1634 Ashton, William Easterly. 

138 AsTOR, John Jacob. 

4676 Atherton, William. 

2047 Atherton, Fisher Cordenio. 

looi Atkinson, Charles Thomson. 

3829 Atkinson, John Bond. 

1769 Atwill, James William. 

2046 Atwood, Edward Stanley. 

4291 Atwood, Luther. 
3 1 10 Austin, Amory. 
3627 Austin, Eugene K. 

3577 Austin, George William. 

4026 Austin, William Morris. 

3758 AvERiLL, Charles Sydle. 

4701 AvERiLL, John Chester. 

4661 AvERiLL, Nathan King. 

2210 Avery, Asahel George. 

278 Avery, Frank Montgomery. 

3868 Avery, Irving Montgomery. 

2392 Avery, John Herbert. 

2700 Avery, Samuel Putnam. 

2255 Avery, Trueman Gardner. 

2872 Axtell, Decatur. 

2708 AzoY, Anastasio Carlos Mariano. 
236 



ITE SOC. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Ga. 

D.C. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

Conn. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

III. 

Minx. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

III. 

Ky. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

R.L 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

Conn. 

Wash. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mich. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

N.Y. 



MEMBERS OF THE GEXERAL SOCIETY. 

State 



3948 


Babcock, Harry Woodruff. 


257 


Backus, J. Bayard. 


"95 


B.^coN, Gary Harrison. 


1092 


Bacon, Gorham. 


1354 


Bacon, Horace Sargent. 


4316 


Bagley, George Colt. 


1S32 


Bagley, John Newbury. 


1655 


Bailey, Edward Payson. 


2319 


Bailey, Everett Hoskins. 


1463 


Bailey, Theodorus. 


41S9 


Baird, Oliver Hopkinson. 


883 


Baird, William. 


3669 


Baker, Alfred Landon. 


3902 


Baker, Charles Edward. 


897 


Baker, Frank. 


106 


Baker, Frank Leslie. 


3409 


Baker, Frederick Diller. 


4039 


Baker, Frederic Wallace. 


4207 


Baker, George Fales. 


3+85 


Baker, Henry Moore. 


4378 


Baker, Hugh Potter. 


3703 


Baker, Marcus Stephen. 


4'3 


Balch, Edwin Swift. 


412 


Balch, Thomas Willing. 


3128 


Baldwin, Berry Oakley. 


3947 


Baldwin, Elbert Francis. 


3685 


Baldwin, Orville Dwight. 


3335 


Baldwin, Ward. 


2179 


Baldwin, Wilson Leslie. 


2153 


Ball, George Oscar. 


3797 


Ball, Samuel Boyd. 


4124 


Ballard, Charles Thruston. 


4123 


Ballard, Samuel Thruston. 


4221 


Ballard, Willis Dana. 


757 


Ballord, Esek Steere. 


3001 


Ballou, Hosea Starr. 


4697 


Bancker, Enoch. 


4500 


Bancroft, Joseph. 


3558 


Bancroft, Levi Horace. 


4341 


Bancroft, Samuel, Jr. 


233 


Bangs, Anson Cuixer. 


728 


Bangs, Charles McClary. 


2427 


Bancs, Fletcher Harper. 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 

Ky. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Minn. 

Mich. 

III. 

Minn. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

D.C. 

III. 

Iowa. 

III. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Mass. 

N.J. 

N.H. 

lA. 

Ga. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Cal. 

Ohio. 

Conn. 

N.H. 

Mo. 

Ky. 

Ky. 

Mass. 

Iowa. 

Mass. 

Mich. 

Del. 

Wis. 

Del. 

N.Y. 

N.H. 

N.Y. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



4277 Bangs, Francis Sedgwick. 

4353 Bangs, Lemuel Bolton. 

3514 Banks, Charles Henry. 

107 Banks, David. 

3691 Banks, George Washington. 

4387 Banks, Warren Sanford. 

2680 Barbour, George Harrison. 

2002 Barbour, Lucius Albert. 

4498 Barbour, Lucius Barnes. 

3170 Barbour, William Delamater. 

3043 Barclay, David. 

1059 Bardvvell, Harry Jenkins. 

212 Barker, Edward Tobey. 

4692 Barksdale, Hamilton McFarland. 

2968 Barlow, Peter Townsend. 

3081 Barnard, Job. 

4585 Barnard, Ralph Putnam. 

2271 Barnes, Alfred Victor. 

3448 Barnes, Amos Foote. 

4404 Barnes, Cornelius Abbott. 

2800 Barnes, Frank Loring. 

4105 Barnes, George Edward. 

4248 Barnes, Monroe James. 

3092 Barnes, Winthrop Howard. 

2030 Barney, Roderick Douglas. 

2245 Barnwell, Morgan Gibbes. 

4470 Barratt, Norris Stanley. 

4642 Barroll, Lewin Wethered. 

3006 Barron, Thomas. 

2241 Barrows, Ira. 

3970 Barrows, John Chester. 

3677 Barrows, John Stuart. 

1503 Barrows, John Wright. 

2637 Bartholf, John Henry. 

3693 Bartholomew, George K. 

4682 Bartholomew, James Ripley. 

792 Bartlett, George Frederick Hunter. 

1740 Bartlett, Sidney Roland. 

1245 Bartlett, Willard. 

4418 Barton, Joseph Jewett. 

488 Barton, Randolph. 

2575 Bascom, George Jonathan. 

1770 Bascome, Western R.\dford. 
238 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 

Ga. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 
Mich. 
Conn. 
Conn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

III. 

Mass. 

Del. 

N.Y. 

D.C. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Vt. 

N.Y. 
Ohio. 

N.Y. 
Pa. 
Md. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Mass. 

Colo. 

N.Y. 
Ohio. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Colo. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

4593 Bassett, Austin Bradley. Conn. 

200 Bassett, Charles Franklin. N.Y. 

2510 Bassett, Roger Marcus. 111. 

644 Batchelder, George Aiken. D.C. 

4501 Bates, Daniel Moore. Del. 

3452 Bates, George Butterfield. N.Y. 

3430 Bates, George Williams. Mich. 

1214 Bates, Theodore Cornelius. Mass. 

2947 Bates, William Graves. N.Y. 

2307 Bates, William Oscar. Ind. 

2497 Battelle, John Gordon. Ohio. 

2616 Battis, Edward Clarence. Mass. 

4066 Baughman, Edwin Austin. Md. 

4694 Baxter, Ja.mes Phinney. Me. 

2997 Baxter, Jesse Bunton. Mass. 

3726 Bayard, Thomas Francis. ■ Del. 

8 Bayne, Howard Randolph. N.Y. 

977 Beach, Bennett Sheldon. N.Y. 

1976 Beach, John Kimberly. Conn. 

3281 Beal, Boylston Adams. Mass. 

3575 Beal, Herman Lincoln. Mass. 

4718 Beall, Fielder Montgomery Magruder. Minn. 

4147 Beall, William Marbury. D.C. 

4292 Beardsell, George Richardson. Mass. 

2176 Beardsley, Morris Beach. Conn. 

3971 Beardsley, Samuel Fayerweather. Conn. 

1373 Beatt\-, Alfred Chester. N.Y. 

2129 Beatti', Franklin Thomason. N.H. 

384 Beatty, Robert Chetwood. N.Y. 

383 Beatti-, William Gedney. N.Y. 

4459 Beatty', William Trimble. III. 

369 Beckurts, Charles Lewis. N.Y. 

1246 Belknap, Waldron Phoenlx. N.Y. 

3129 Belknap, William Cook. N.Y. 

820 Bell, Charles Upha.m. Mass. 

1872 Bell, Jared Weed. N.Y. 

3057 Bell, Nicholas Montgomery. Mo. 

3342 Bell, Sidney Eugene. Mass. 

1867 Bell, William Duffield. D.C. 

2798 Bellows, Johnson McClure. N.Y. 

2S96 Bement, Robert Bunker Coleman. Minn. 

1029 Bemis, George Pickering. Neb. 

1084 Benedict, James Augustus. N.Y. 

239 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
Gekekal No. State Soc. 

2053 Benedict, Lemuel Coleman. N.Y. 

4323 Benedict, Russell. N.Y. 

2932 Benedict, Walter St. John. N.Y. 

1295 Benedict, William de Liesseline. N.Y. 

4209 Benedict, William Leonard. N.Y. 

2580 Benjamin, George Powell. N.Y. 

S75 Benjamin, Marcus. D.C. 

4317 Benja.min, Samuel Greene Wheeler. Vt. 

4024 Benkard, Harry Horton. N.Y. 

2121 Bennett, Larkin Everett. Mass. 

3347 Bennett, Robert Root. D.C. 

800 Benson, Alexander. Pa. 

4702 Benson, Arthur Davis. N.Y. 

527 Bent, Samuel Arthur. Mass. 

3351 Benton, Arthur Burnett. Cal. 

4677 Benton, Everett Chamberlin. Mass. 

4293 Berry, Henry Nevvhall. Mass. 

4643 Berry, Jasper Mauduit, Jr. Md. 

4328 Berry, Thom.as Lansdale. Md. 

1643 Bettle, Samuel. Pa. 

315 Betts, Samuel Rossiter. N.Y. 

68 Bibby, Andrew Aldridge. N.Y. 

3499 BicKFORD, Robert Sloane. Mass. 

710 BicKLEY', Lawrence Wharton. N.Y. 

4-H.8 Bicknell, Eugene Pintard. N.Y. 

4141 Bicknell, George Augustus. N.Y. 

414 Biddle, Thomas. Pa. 

1 513 BiGELOw, Isaac Stover. Iowa. 

530 Bigelow, Melville Madison. Mass. 

2401 Bigelow, William. Wis. 

4700 Bill, Charles Gurdon. Conn. 

3039 Billings, Charles Miller. N.Y. 

2043 Billings, David Lane. N.Y. 

2423 Bingham, Leroy Monroe. Vt. 

1674 Bingham, Theodore Alfred. N.Y. 

3548 Binney, Charles Chauncey. Pa. 

3811 Bird, Francis Joseph. Minn. 

3239 Bird, John Blymer. Del. 

2435 Birdseye, Isaac Washington. Conn. 

167 Bishop, Cortlandt Field. N.Y. 

906 Bishop, Henry Alfred. Conn. 

4505 Bissell, George Perkins. Del. 

1515 Bissell, Lester Clark. Iow.a. 

240 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
BAL No. State soc. 

BissELL, William Putnam. Minn. 

Blxby, William Keeney. Mo. 

Blackmer, Henry Myron. Colo. 

Blackmer, Henry Reed. Mass. 

Blackwell, Sidney Smith. Mo. 

Blackwood, Norman Jerome. D.C. 

Blagden, Edward Reynolds. Mo. 

Blagden, Tho.mas. D.C. 

Blatchford, Paul. III. 

Bleecker, Anthony James. N.Y. 

Bliss, Chester William. Mass. 

Bliven, William Warren. N.Y. 

Block, Harry Leach. Mo. 

Blodgett, John Taggard. R.I. 

Blount, George Dexter. Ga. 

Blunt, Stanhope English. N.Y. 

Blye, Joseph Napoleon. N.Y. 

Boardman, Waldo Elias. Mass. 

Bodge, George Madison. Mass. 

BoGAET, William Benezet. III. 

Bolling, Thomas, Jr. Va. 

Bolmer, Tho.mas Henry. N.Y. 

Bond, Charles Parkhurst. Mass. 

Bond, Walter Huntington. N.Y. 

BoNNEY, Charles Lydius. III. 

BooGHER, Frank. Mo. 

Boogher, Howard Murray. Mo. 

Boogher, John Hogan. Mo. 

Boogher, Lawrence. Mo. 

Booth, Ch.\rles Austin. Colo. 

Booth, Charles Edwin. Mass. 

Booth, Edward Hudson. N.J. 

3241 Booth, Henry Driver. Del. 

2431 Booth, John Henry. Vt. 

1459 BosTWicK, Henry Anthon. N.Y. 

4628 Bosworth, Orrin Luther. R.I. 

4264 Botsford, Harry Gordon. Mass. 

1895 Boucher, Charles. N.Y. 

749 Boutell, Henry Sherman. III. 

1283 BouTELLE, Frank Warren. N.Y. 

76 BowEN, Clarence Winthrop. N.Y. 

964 Bowers, Henry. N.Y. 

244 Bowers, John Myer. N.Y. 
241 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

3034 Bowie, Washington, Jr. Md. 

1075 Bowman, George Ernest. M.ass. 

669 BoiTD, Allen Richards. D.C. 

2596 Bo-iT3, Charles Harrod. Me. 

4429 Boyd, Robert Munro, Jr. N.J. 

46S3 Boynton, Chester Clark. N.Y. 

3366 Boynton, Frederick Chester. N.Y. 

4166 Br.adford, Ben Bogland. D.C. 

1928 Bradford, Edward Green. . Del. 

3396 Bradford, Edward Green, Jr. Del. 

141 Bradford, Thomas Hewson. Pa. 

4035 Bradish, George Johnston. N.Y. 

569 Bradley, Cyrus Sherwood. Conn. 

3687 Brady-, Cyrus Townsend. N.J. 

1281 Brady-, William Perry. Iowa. 

3975 Brainard, Morgan Bulkeley. Conn. 

3871 Braine, Clinton Elgin. N.Y. 

3910 Braine, Lawrence Fulton. N.Y. 

4397 Branch, Charles. Mo. 

4465 Branch, Henry. Md. 

2694 Bready-, John Ely-. Iowa. 

3944 Breed, Charxes Norcross. Mass. 

4570 Breed, Francis Stewart. Mass. 

4344 Breed, George Herbert. Mass. 

1675 Brenton, Cranston. Conn. 

3547 Brett, Cornelius. N.J. 

4445 Brett, Philip Milledoler. N.Y. 

3146 Brewer, Arthur Henry-. Conn. 

4475 Brewer, Gardner. Vt. 

1200 Brewer, William Augustus. Cal. 

3846 Brewster, Chauncey Bunch. Conn. 

990 Brewster, Henry Colvin. N.Y. 

2802 Brewster, Samuel Dwight. N.Y. 

674 Brice, Philip Howard. Pa. 

2018 Briggs, Edward Cornelius. Mass. 

3331 Briggs, Frankland. N.J. 

861 Briggs, Frank Obadiah. N.J. 

3593 Briggs, Southwick Cary. D.C. 

701 Bright, Louis Victor. N.Y. 

1266 Brinsmade, Hobart. Mo. 

1946 Brinton, Ward. Pa. 

372 Britton, Charles Price. N.Y. 
242 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. 
2641 Brixton, Henry Berry. 

Brocklebank, John Charles Fremont. 

Brockway, William Stevens. 

Brokaw, George Tuttle. 

Bronson, Charles French. 

Bronson, Edward Pitkin. 

Bronson, Julius Hobart. 

Brooke, George, Jr. 

Brooke, George Smith. 

Brooke, John Rutter. 

Brooker, Charles Frederick. 

Brookfield, Frank. 

Brookfield, Henry Morgan. 

Brooks, Alanson Sheley. 

Brooks, Franklin Eli. 

Brooks, Frederick. 

Brooks, Henry Gilbert. 

Brooks, Isaac Watts. 

Brooks, John Henry. 

Brooks, Lyman Loring. 

Brown, Benjamin West Bonney. 

Brown, Charles Augustus. 

Brown, Charles Curtis. 

Brown, Daniel Austin. 

Brown, Elisha Rhodes. 
2S11 Brown, Frank Lamson. 
4532 Brown, Frederick Leonard. 
1447 Brown, George Edward. 
863 Brown, George LeRoy. 
4109 Brown, Harold Winthrop. 
4678 Brown, Harry Lamprey. 
2533 Brown, Henry Morris. 
2191 Brown, James Henry. 
1457 Brown, John Barker. 
4564 Brown, John Douglass. 
4364 Brown, Lewis. 
2649 Brown, Louis. 
3979 Brown, Paul. 
3S47 Brown, Philip Greely. 
2209 Brown, Philip King. 
4639 Brown, Thomas Stephen. 
47S Browne, Bennett Bernard. 
4499 Browne, John Dean. 

243 



\TE SOC. 

N.Y. 

III. 

Conn. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

Mo. 

Conn. 

Pa. 

Wash. 
Minn. 
Conn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Mich. 
Colo. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Conn. 
Mass. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 

Wis. 
Mass. 

N.H. 

Cal. 

Cal. 
M\ss. 

N.Y. 

N.H. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 
Colo. 

N.Y. 
Pa. 

IND. 

Pa. 

III. 
Me. 
Cal. 
Vt. 
Md. 
Conn. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

4367 Bruce, Webster. Mass. 

417S Bruce, J.JiiiES White. Ky. 

255 Brugler, Charles Edward. N.Y. 

3863 Brush, Louis Thompson. N.Y. 

3713 Brush, Murray Peabody. Md. 

3417 Bryan, Frederick Carlos. D.C. 

2904 Bryant, Frederick Stewart. Minn. 

42S7 Bryant, James Spencer. Minn. 

276 Bryant, Percy-. N.Y. 

41 9S Bryant, William Sohier. N.Y. 

254 Bryson, Andrew. N.Y. 

1925 Buck, Francis Nixon. Del. 

4559 Buckley, Frederick Charles. Mo. 

2598 Buehler, William George. Pa. 

3368 Buel, Clarence. N.Y. 

1961 Buel, John Laidlaw. Conn. 

1382 Buell, Frederick Follett. N.Y. 

3333 Buell, William Collins. N.Y. 

578 Bulkeley, Morgan Gardner. Conn. 

2036 Bullock, James Wilson. Ohio. 

907 Bunce, Jonathan Brace. Conn. 

2249 Bunker, William. N.Y. 

4403 Burbank, Eugene Damon. Cal. 

2574 Burke, James Stranahan. N.Y. 

3957 Burlingame, Edwin Aylsworth. R.I. 

3601 Burnham, Charles Luther. N.Y. 

2761 Burnham, Frederick Gordon. N.J. 

36S0 Burnham, Kingsley Allan. Mass. 

4497 Burns, Samuel Austin. Conn. 

2595 Burrage, Henry Sweetzer. Me. 

4703 BuRRiLL, Edward Livingston. N.Y. 

3371 BuRRiLL, Dr.m-ton. N.Y. 

3511 Burroughs, William Berrien. Ga. 

4366 Burrows, Charles William. Ohio. 

205S Burt, Stephen Smith. N.Y. 

4270 Burton, Clarence Monroe. Mich. 

3821 Burton, George Lee. Ky. 

952 Burton, George Smith. Mass. 

1943 Burton, Hiram Rodney. Del. 

4097 Burton, Lewis W. Ky. 

507 Burton, Robert. Md. 

4313 Burton, Ward Cotton. Minn. 

4087 Bush, Charles Homer. N.Y. 

244 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
C.ENEKAL No. State Sue. 

2342 Bush, Joshua Danforth. Del. 

i486 BusHNELL, Clarence Munson. N.Y. 

3132 Bussing, John Stuy\'esant. N.Y. 

2677 Butler, Edward Anson. Me. 

1842 Butler, John Lavvton. Mass. 

3801 Butler, Tho.vias. Vt. 

3541 Butt, Archibald Willingham. D.C. 

4345 Butterfield, Charles Buckingham. Mass. 

1041 Butters, George. III. 

1753 Byers, Anthony Stoddard. Ga. 

1S71 Byington, Cassius Perkins. N.Y. 

2050 Byington, Charles Sperry. N.Y. 

3322 Byrns, Robert Ainsvvorth. N.Y. 

2238 Cabeen, Francis von Albade. ■ Pa. 

711 Cabell, James Alston. Va. 

1352 Cabot, Louis. Mass. 

1806 Cadle, Charles Francis. Mo. 

4358 Cadle, Cornelius. Mo. 

385 Cadle, Henry. Mo. 

S03 Cadwalader, Richard McCall. Pa. 

4565 Cadwalader, Thomas. Pa. 

3822 Cady, Guy Brewster. Mich. 

3380 Caldwell, Frank Eddy. N.Y. 

3084 Caldwell, Samuel LeNord. Colo. 

1 663 Calef, Amos Howard. N.Y. 

4395 Callender, Harry Rea. Cal. 

4126 Cameron, Donald McLennan. Mass. 

1473 Cammann, Edward Crary. N.Y. 

181 Cammann, George Philip. N.Y. 

S76 Cammann, Henry Lorillard. N.Y. 

1S99 Camp, Charles Lewis Nichols. N.Y. 

2281 Camp, Robert. Wis. 

22S3 Camp, Thomas Edward. Wis. 

1679 Campbell, Benjamin Howell. N.Y. 

4414 Campbell, Douglas. N.Y. 

3966 Campbell, Shiras. N.Y. 

4179 Canby, Caleb Harlan, Jr. III. 

3066 Canby, Edward Tatnall. Del. 

4503 Canby, Henry Matthews. Del. 

1 1 56 Candee, Henry Safford. III. 

4143 Cann, John Woodward. N.Y. 

4196 Cannon, Charles Edward. r.I. 

245 



GENEr 

4630 

3077 

1993 

41 

4422 

2771 

1005 

396 

87 
3907 

3 90S 
4619 
4623 
4523 
1428 
3061 
3220 
267S 
3782 
2871 
2745 



1650 
4513 
4249 

616 
2791 
4487 
4651 
2731 
4667 
1422 
4629 
4-04 

129 
4031 

610 
3818 

403 
3615 
4583 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

AL No. State Soc. 

Canxon, William Warner Hoppin. R.I. 

Capelle, William Curtis. Mass. 

Capen, Walter Nelson. Conn. 

Carhart, Amory Sibley. N.Y. 

Carleton, Murray. Mo. 

Carney, Franklin LaFayette. Me. 

Carney, Stoney Howard. N.Y. 

Carney, Sydney How.^rd, Jr. N.Y. 

Carnochan, Gouverneur Morris. N.Y. 

Carpenter, Charles Whitney, Jr. N.Y. 

Carpenter, George Washington. N.Y. 

Carr, Charles Read. R.I. 

Carr, Frederick Dickman. R.I. 

Carr, William, Jr. N.Y. 

Carson, John Avery Gere. Ga. 

Carter, Charles Jared. Mo. 

Carter, Colin S.mith. N.Y. 

Carter, John William Dodge. Me. 

Carter, Robert Anderson. N.Y. 

Cary, George Peter. III. 

Cary, John Watson. N.Y. 

Cary, Melbert Brinkerhoff. Conn. 

Cary, Wilson Miles. Md. 

Case, John Edward. III. 

Castle, Alfred Henry. III. 

Castle, William Henry. Pa. 

Caswell, Fred Taylor. Vt. 

C.ATLiN, Abijah, Jr. Conn. 

C.iTLiN, Frederick Miles. Minn. 

Catlin, George de Grasse. N.Y. 

Catlin, Isaac Swartout. N.Y. 

Chadwick, William Harris. III. 

Chamberlin, Emerson. N.Y. 

Chamberlin, Jehiel Weston. Minn. 

Chambers, Robert Foster. R.I. 

Chambers, Walter Boughton. N.Y. 
Chandler, Walter. N.J. and N.Y. 

Chandler, Walter, Jr. N.Y. 

Chapin, Charles Frederick. Conn. 

Chapix, Clifford Sa.muel. Mass. 

Chapin, Henry Dwight. N.Y. 

Chapin, Samuel Austin. N.Y. 

Chapman, Edwin Nesbit. N.Y. 
246 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

3949 Chapman, Frank Michler. N.Y. 

3509 Charlton, Thomas Jackson. Ga. 

3591 Chase, Charles Henry. Mass. 

1023 Chase, Clement. Neb. 

680 Chauncey, Charles. Pa. 

1099 Chauncey-, Elihu. N.Y. 

3390 Chenery, Leonard Edwin. Cal. 

1967 Cheney, Louis Richmond. Conn. 

169 Chenoweth, Alexander Crawford. N.Y. 

2320 Chesebrough, George Latimer. Minn. 

4222 Chester, Walstein Roath. Mass. 
1609 Chew, Beverly. N.Y. 
2014 Chew, Thomas John. Md. 
4372 Chilcot, Lanodon Sargent. Me. 

4223 Childe, John Healey. Mass. 
2529 Childs, Edwards Herrick. N.Y. 

264 Childs, James Ed.mund. N.Y. 

27S3 Childs, Starling Winston. Pa. 

505 Chittenden, Edward Alonzo. Vt. 

3122 Choate, Edward Austin. N.Y. 

1607 Chry'stie, Thomas Ludlow. N.Y. 

4324 Church, Elihu Cunyngham. N.Y. 

3310 Church, William Conant. N.Y. 

4575 Cilley, Harry Bouton. N.H. 

3365 Claflin, William Bement. N.Y. 

3839 Clapp, Edward Everett. N.J. 

4305 Clapp, Moses Edwin. Minn. 

4690 Clark, Alexander B.ayard. N.J. 

637 Cl.\rk, Alonzo Howard. D.C. 

2066 Clark, Augustus Taylor. Mass. 

33 SS Clark, Byron Nathaniel. Vt. 

2003 Clark, Charles Hopkins. Conn. 

4595 Clark, Chauncey Hazeltine. Mo. 

4242 Clark, Edward Hobson. Ky'. 

4003 Clark, Eliot Albert. Mass. 

3S24 Clark, Emory Wendell. Mich. 

4597 Clark, Frederick Hamilton. N.Y. 

95 Clark, Henry Schieffelin. N.Y. 

2077 Clark, Homer Pierce. Minn. 

3617 Clark, Ja.mes B.4yard. N.Y. 

2106 Clark, Kenneth. Minn. 

3S23 Clark, Lorenzo E. Mich. 

217s Clark, Orlando Elmer. Wis. 
247 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

3879 Clark, Samuel Adams. N.Y. 

3566 Clark, William Bullock. Md. 

109 Clark, William Newton. N.Y. 

3827 Clarke, Bailey Tyler. Ky. 

3201 Clarke, Charles Edes Fletcher. N.Y. 

2051 Clarke, Charles Lorenzo. N.Y. 

2881 Clarke, Charles McClellan. N.Y. 

689 Clarke, Edward Smith. N.Y. 

3261 Clarke, Fabius Maximus. N.Y. 

2019 Clarke, George Kuhn. Mass. 

864 Clarke, Isaac Sherman. N.Y. 

160 Clarkson, Banyer. N.Y. 

92 Clarkson, Clermont Livingston. N.Y. 

91 Clarkson, David Augustus. N.Y. 

1906 Clay, Thomas Savage. N.Y. 

447 Cleeman, Richard Alsop. Pa. 

920 Clement, John Benham. Ohio. 

4440 Clephane, Alan Ogilvie. D.C. 

3789 Clephane, Lewis Fainter. D.C. 

3348 Clephane, Walter Collins. D.C. 

3133 Cleveland, Charles Dexter. N.Y. 

3774 Cleveland, Henry Edwin. N.Y. 

2272 Cleveland, James Wray. N.Y. 

4460 Clinch, Richard Floyd. III. 

1339 CoATES, Edward Hornor. Pa. 

3292 Cobb, Carolus Melville. Mass. 

3946 Cobb, Morton Eddy. Mass. 

2957 Cochrane, Adam William Spies. N.Y. 

3404 Cochrane, James Eugene. Mass. 

1294 CoE, Henry Clark. N.Y. 

3557 Coffin, Charles Emmet. Ind. 

547 Coffin, Rufus. Mass. 

1852 Coffin, William King. Minn, and Wis. 

192 Coghill, Howard. N.J. and N.Y. 

194 Cogswell, Cullen Van Rensselaer. N.Y. 

4057 Cogswell, John Francis. Me. 

4108 Coit, Henry Leber. N.J. 

2154 Coit, James Milnor. N.H. 

2490 COLBURN, BURNHAM StANDISH. MiCH. 

2040 CoLBURN, William J. Ohio. 

4238 Cole, Amedee Berthold. Mo. 

3036 Coleman, Charles Philip. N.Y. 

3461 Coleman, Leighton Palmer. N.Y. 
248 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
Geneeal No. State Soc. 

923 Coleman, William Wheeler. Md. 

784 Coles, Henry Rutgers Remsen. N.Y. 

4400 Coles, Walter DeRosset. Mo. 

1 591 Colfax, Albert Eben. N.Y. 

2850 Colket, Charles Howard. Pa. 

599 Collins, Atwood. Conn. 

697 Collins, Clarence Lvman. N.Y. 

1095 Collins, Edwin Pinckney. N.Y. 

1954 Collins, Henry Hill, Jr. Pa. 

23 Collins, Holdridge Ozro. Cal. and N.Y. 

2105 Collins, Loren Warren. Minn. 

3785 CoLQuiT, William Neyle. Ga. 

4080 Colston, Frederick Morgan. Md. 

1704 Colt, Samuel Pomeroy. Mass. and R.I. 

3213 CoLTON, Allen Lysander. Mich. 

2524 Comegys, William Henry. Del. 

3821 Comfort, Benjamin Freeman. Mich. 

3924 Comstock, George. Conn. 

1297 CoNANT, Ernest Lee. N.Y. 

3360 CoNANT, Henry Estes. N.H. 

1843 Con ANT, Samuel Morris. Mass. 

1969 Cone, Ja.mes Brewster. Conn. 

2808 Conger, Arthur Latham. N.Y. 

2977 CoNKEY, Walter Blakesley. III. 

2132 Conn, Granville Priest. N.H. 

2836 CoNNELL, Robert. D.C. 

3100 CoNovER, John Thompson. N.Y. 

3875 CONROW, WiLFORD SeYMOUR. N.Y. 

93 Constantine, Richard Buell. N.Y. 

3015 Converse, Charles Allen. Pa. 

2419 Converse, Charles Allen. Vt. 

H24 Converse, Edmund Cogswell. N.Y. 

1927 CoocH, Joseph Wilkins. Del. 

4594 Cook, Ansel Granville. Conn. 

2717 Cook, Ferdinand Huntting. N.Y. 

2743 Cook, Henry Francis. N.Y. 

4c»6 Cook, Joseph Tottenham. N.Y. 

2657 Cook, Joshua Osgood. III. 

3770 Cook, Robert Bowne Minturn. N.Y. 

2076 Cook, Stephen Champlin. Minn. 

238 Cooke, Charles Edward. D.C. 

474 Cooke, James Welch. Pa. 

3498 Cooke, Thomas Frank. Cal. 

249 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

4462 CooLEV, Charles Parsons. Conm. 

586 CooLEY, Francis Rexford. Conn. 

z6iS CooLiDCE, David Hill. Mass. 

4515 CooLiDGE, Howard King. N.Y. 

4047 CooLiDGE, Louis Arthur. D.C. 

4064 Copeland, Charles. Del. 

271S Copp, William Maltby. N.Y. 

3921 CoRBiN, Eleert Augustus, Jr. Pa. 

3393 CoRBiT, Daniel Wheeler. Del. 

3044 Corbusier, William Henry. N.Y. 

3 141 Corey, Edward Ward. Me. 

17S7 CoRSER, Elwood Spencer. Minn. 

3054 CoRwiN, David Rittenhouse Porter. Cal. 

2345 CoRwiN, Hamilton Stewart. N.Y. 

1347 Cottman, James Hough. Md. 

4165 Courts, James Carson. D.C. 

4704 covsdin, winthrop. n.y. 

3S03 CowEN, Benjamin Sprague. Ohio. 

649 CowLES, Calvin Duvall. D.C. 

1796 CowLES, Edmund Brainerd. Mass. 

ioi6 Cox, Edward Birchard. Mass. 

2734 Cox, George Howland. Mass. 

984 Cox, James William. N.Y. 

1771 Cox, William Van Zandt. D.C. 

2171 Cox, John Ly.man. Pa. 

II 16 Grafts, John Chancellor. Mass. 

2269 Crafts, John Willard. N.Y. 

2625 Cragin, Charles Isaiah. Pa. 

3082 Craiger, Sherman Montrose. D.C. 

3483 Crandall, Arthur Lee. Mo. 

1829 Crandon, Edwin Sanford. Mass. 

3449 Crane, Albert. Conn. 

4453 Crane, Roy Elwood. Mass. 

2853 Craven, Thomas Jenkins. Del. 

4040 Crawford, George Artemas. Mass. 

3086 Critchlow, George Read. N.Y. 

3935 Crocker, Clarence Pardee. N.J. 

43 68 Crocker, D.wid. Mass. 

3518 Crockett, Edward Sherman. M.'iss. 

746 Cromwell, Charles. III. 

242 Crosby, Edward Nicoll. N.Y. 

3559 Crosby, Henry Alvin. Wis. 

241 Crosby, Livingston. N.Y. 
250 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

3960 Cross, William Pierce. R.I. 

40S1 Crosset, Frederick Melvin. N.Y. 

431 Crothers, Stevenson. Pa. 

2041 Crouse, Daniel Nellis. N.Y. 

4533 Crovvder, Frank Warfield. N.Y. 
4245 Crumb, Leverett Fitch. N.Y. 
2091 Crutcher, Edwin Ruthven. Mo. 
4224 Cummins, Thomas Kittredge. Mass. 
4063 Cunningham, William Cochran. Ind. 
1544 Curtis, Henry Melville. Ohio. 
21S0 Curtis, John Calvin. Conn. 
3113 Curtis, Lewis Beers. Conn. 
1662 Curtis, Rodney. Colo. 
2S07 Curtiss, Harlow Clarke. N.Y. 
4112 CuRWEN, Samuel Moore. Pa. 
1567 CusHiNG, Luther Stearns. Minn. 
2326 Custis, George Washington Neale. D.C. 
2325 Custis, James Bayard Gregg. D.C. 
2925 CuTHDERT, Charles McIntosh. Mo. 
2109 Cutler, Edward Hutchins. Minn. 
3263 Cutler, Elbridge Gerry. Mass. 
4716 Cutler, Fred Abbott. Minn. 
1612 Cutler, James Goold. N.Y. 
1310 Cutler, Joseph Warren. N.Y. 

572 Cutler, Ralph William. Conn. 

1220 Cutter, William Richard. Mass. 

1950 Da Costa, Charles Frederick. Pa. 

986 Daggett, George Henry. Minn. 

4534 Dall, Horace Holley. N.Y. 
1218 Daly, Martin Ordvvay Mass. 
2348 Dana, Charles Loomis. N.Y. 
4201 Dana, Richard Turner. N.Y. 
2945 Daniell, John Francis. N.Y. 
4121 Daniell, Griswold Boyce. N.Y. 
4168 Daniels, Edwin Alfred. Mass. 
4406 Daniels, Richard Holbrook. Mass. 

1454 Darlington, Charles Francis. N.Y. 

1455 Darlington, James Henry. N.Y. 
2967 Darlington, Thomas. N.Y. 

852 Darrach, Bradford. N.J. 

13 17 Darrach, Henry. Pa. 

352S Dashiell, Nicholas Leeke. Md. 

251 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
Gekeral No. State Soc. 

77 Davenport, Richard Graham. D.C. 

299 D.AVENPORT, Timothy. N.Y. 

1371 Davenport, William B.^tes. N.Y. 

796 Daves, John Collins. Md. 

409 Davies, Julien Tovvnsend, Jr. N.Y. 

3004 Davis, Chandler. N.Y. 

1387 Davison, John Mason. N.Y. 

3987 Day, Fred Nahum. M.ass. 

1S98 Day, Robert Webster. N.Y. 

2634 Deane, Gardiner Andrus Armstrong. Mo. 

4082 Dearborn, Frederick Myers. N.Y. 

3725 Dearing, William Dearing. Ga. 

806 DE Benneville, James Sequin. Pa. 

4726 Decker, Wilbur Fisk. ■ Minn. 

3578 De Cormis, Louis. Mass. 

4695 Deering, Frank Cutter. Me. 

2590 Deering, Henry. Me. 

4088 Delafield, Edward Coleman. N.Y. 

4275 Delafield, John Ross. N.Y. 

163 Delafield, Joseph Livingston. N.Y. 

164 Delafield, Maturin Livingston, Jr. N.Y. 
2828 Delafield, Wallace. Mo. 
4375 Delano, Mortimer. N.Y. 
2948 de la Montanye, James. N.Y. 

612 Deming, Judson Keith. Iowa. 

3621 Demorest, William Curtis. N.Y. 

1140 Denis, George Jules. N.Y. 

Denison, Egbert Cook. N.Y. 

Denison, Henry Heber. Mo. 

1811 Denison, John Henry'. Colo. 

4177 Denman, Abram Cross, Jr. Gal. 

3731 Dennis, Arthur Wellington. R.L 

4446 Dennis, Edward. N.Y. 

2053 Dennis, Holmes Van M.ater, Jr. N.Y. 

3482 Dennis, James Shepard. N.Y. 

494 Dennis, James Teackle. Md. 

4620 Dennis, John Rhodes. R.L 

3387 Dennis, Otis Alonzo. N.Y. 

2S42 Dennis, Warren Egerton. N.Y. 

882 Dennison, Ira Warren. D.C. 

27S0 Densmore, Edward Dana. Mass. 

4693 Dent, Alfred Barbour. D.C 

45S4 Dent, Louis Addison. D.C. 
252 



4117 
343 5 



MEMBERS OF THE GESERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. 

4259 De Peu, John. 

2701 Depew, Chauncey Mitchell. 

4488 Depew, Ch.wncey Mitchell, Jr. 

2815 DE Peyster, Frederic Ashton. 

3361 DE Peyster, Willwm Moore Dongan. 

393 DE Rose, Edward. 

1300 DE RussY, Rexe Amedeb. 

3641 Deshon, George Durfee. 

1484 Devereu-x, Walter. 

1183 Dewey, Charles Ayrault. 

1593 Dewey, Chauncey Edward. 

2663 Dewey, George. 

4648 Dewey, James French. 

4649 Dewey, Maurice William. 
3386 DeWitt, George Gosman. 
2600 Dexter, Charles Warner. 
3736 Dexter, Henry Clinton. 
4624 Dexter, Theodore Everett. 
4591 Dickerman, Frank Eliot. 
4098 Dicker.vian, W1LLIA.M Carter. 
2235 Dickinson, Frederick. 

2546 Dickson, Brenton Haliburton, Jr. 

738 Dillingham, William Paul. 

1596 Dimock, William DeWolf. 

2079 DiMOND, Edwin Rodolph. 

1493 Di.mond, Henry Cipperly. 

4598 DiT.MAs, Charles Andrew. 

2923 Dix, William Frederick. 

3689 Dixon, Willis Milnor. 

1302 DoANE, William Croswell. 

1402 DoANE, William Howard. 

2104 Dobbin, Edward Savage. 

3335 DoMiNiCK, Henry Blanchard. 

1375 DOMINICK, La.mont. 

4153 DoNNELL, Murray Cushing. 

2204 DooLiTTLE, George Tilton. 

1948 DoRAN, Joseph Ingersoll. 

518 DoRMAN, William Barnes. 

4604 Dorr, Alfred. 

1625 Dorr, Joseph. 

3374 Dos Passos, Louis Hays. 

4370 DoTEN, Elmer Ansel. 

3316 DoTi-, Paul. 

253 



VTE SOC. 

Conn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Colo. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

R.I. 

R.I. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

III. 

Mass. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Cal. 

Ohio 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Cal. 

N.Y. 

Ohio. 

Minn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

Wash. 

Pa. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

Minn. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. 

2410 Douglas, Charles Henry. 

2534 DouGLASj Duncan. 

2873 Douglas, Samuel Townsend. 

3249 Douglas, Walter Bond. 

2486 Douglas, William Harris. 

275 Douw, Charles Gibbons. 

4090 DovvNES, John Ireland Howe. 

1S56 Downing, Augustus Cornwall. 

3607 Drake, William Wilson. 

176 Draper, Charles Albert. 

949 Draper, Eben Sumner. 

3729 Draper, James Avery, Jr. 

5 Draper, Thom.^s Waln-Morgan. 

2i6 Draper, Walter Holbrook. 

4717 Drew, Charles Wayland. 

3302 Drew, Morrill Newman. 

4535 Driggs, Frederick Elliott. 

4536 Driggs, Lawrence La Tourette. 
29S0 Drouilard, James Pierre. 

268 Duane, William North. 

4134 Du Bois, Ernest Blois. 

2799 Du Bois, John Van Wyck. 

232 Du Bois, William Maison. 

1253 Du Charme, Charles Albert. 

2509 Dudley, Frank Alonzo. 

3324 DuER, Henry Lay. 

4332 DU Fais, John. 

1575 Duffield, Howard. 

351 Duke, Richard Thomas Walker. 

4213 Dumont, Charles Gregg. 

2999 Duncan, James Lewis. 

1456 DuNNELL, William Nichols. 

1942 DU Pont, Alexis Irenee. 

2665 DU Pont, Henry Algernon. 

3391 DU Pont, Henry Francis. 

3539 DU Pont, Victor, 3RD. 

4020 Durrell, Harold Clarke. 

2750 Durrell, Jesse Murton. 

3227 Dutcher, Frank Jerome. 

4524 Dutton, Leland Turner. 

2933 Du Val, Clive Livingston. 

3890 Duvall, Richard Mareen. 

4410 DwiGHT, Austin Walke. 

254 



.TE SOC. 

N.Y. 
N.Y. 

Mich. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Conn. 

N.J. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 

Del. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 
Minn. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

Cal. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Mich. 

N.Y. 
Md. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Va. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 

Del. 

Del. 

Del. 

Del. 
Mass. 

N.H. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Md. 

Wis. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



No. 



Soc. 



DwiGHT, Arthur Smith. Colo. 

DwiGHT, Frederick. N.Y. 

DwiGHT, Oliver Frederic. Wis. 

Dyer, Daniel Burns. Vt. 

Dyer, Horace Edward. Vt. 

Dyer, Leonard Huntress. DC 

Eager, Joseph Porter. N.Y. 

Eagle, Clarence Henry. N.Y. 

Fames, Stewart Woodford. N.Y. 

Earle, Frank Breckenridge. III. 

Eastman, Lauren Chase. Iowa and Mo. 

Eastman, Samuel Coffin. N.H. 

Easton, Irving Boy'd. N.Y. 

Eaton, Frederick Heber. N.Y. 

Eaton, George Francis. Conn. 

Eaton, George Luther. N.Y. 

Eaton, William Storer. Mass. 

Eberlein, Charles Wood. Minn. 

Eddy, George Simpson. III. 

Eddy, Thomas Hooker. III. 

Edgell, George Stephen. Vt. 

Edgerly, Edwin Lorraine. N.H. 

Edsall, Samuel Cook. Minn. 

Edwards, Charles Lincoln. Conn. 

Edwards, Maurice Dwight. Minn. 

Elder, Thomas Lindsay. N.Y. 

Edwards, Pierrepont. N.J. and N.Y. 

Eldridge, David Gorham. Mass. 

Eldridge, Edric. Mass. 

Ellicott, William Miller. Md. 

4200 Elliman, La\toence Bogert. N.Y. 

285 Elliot, Daniel Giraud. N.Y. 

405+ Elliot, Richard McCall. Pa. 

1973 Elton, John Prince. Conn. 

3780 Elwell, Walter Edward. Me. 

4338 Ely, Grosvenor. . Conn. 

2914 Ely, John Stoney. Iowa. 

312 Ely, Smith. N.Y. 

2474 Ely, William Caryl. N.Y. 

3433 Emerson, Justin Edwards. Mich. 

698 Emery, Brainerd Prescott. N.Y. 

4531 Emery, George Addison. Me. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



3542 


Emery, Ralph. 


663 


Emery, Rofus. 


455S 


Emory, Edward Hardcastle. 


4307 


Enders, John Ostrom. 


iSaS 


Endicott, Eugene Francis. 


16S 


Endicott, Robert. 


38S9 


Endicott, William Crovvninshield. 


279 


English, William Eastin. 


3764 


Enos, .\lanson Trask. 


4525 


Ends, Alanson Trask, Jr. 


173 


Ervinc, William Van Rensselaer. 




EsTABRooK, Fred Watson. 


Soi 


EsTE, Charles. 


4634 


EsTES, Webster Cummings. 


3538 


Evans, Charles Black. 


4686 


Evans, Charles Clark. 


2430 


Evans, Ira Hobart. 


3554 


EwiNG, Alonzo Prentiss. 


1527 


Eyerman, John. 


4114 


Fahnestock, James Frederick, Jr. 


2910 


Fahys, George Ernest. 


3140 


Fairbanks, Henry Nathaniel. 


4225 


Fall, George Howard. 


3405 


Fall, Charles Gershom. 


3131 


Falls, DeWitt Clinton. 


19S4 


Farnam, William Whitman. 


2090 


Farnham, Elijah Thompson. 


775 


Farnsworth, Frederick. 


365S 


Farnum, Arthur Wadsworth. 


1649 


Farr, Marvin Andrus. 


2S60 


Farr, William Mattocks. 


4485 


Farrand, Jacob Shaw, Jr. 


4662 


Farrel, Alton. 


1778 


Farrin'gton, Robert Irving. 


3079 


Farwell, John Whittemore. 


39S2 


Favor, Otis Skinner. 


3238 


Felton, Edgar Conway. 


921 


Felton, Samuel Morse. 



Fernald, Frederik Atherton. 
Ferris, Alexander Marsh. 
Ferris, Hiram Burns. 
Ferris, Morris P.\tterson. 

256 



Me. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Conn. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Ind. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Del. 

Mo. 

Vt. 

Mich. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 
Me. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
N.Y. 
Conn. 
N.J. 
Conn. 
Minn- 
Ill. 
Wis. 
Mich. 
Conn. 
Minn. 
Mass. 
III. 
Pa. 
Ohio. 
N.Y. 
Mass. 
Wash. 
N.Y. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General Xo. State Soc. 

903 Fessenden, Charles Newton. III. 

3243 Fetter, George Griffith. Ky. 

3791 Field, Frank Henry. Vt. 

782 Field, Hugh Wentworth Greene. N.Y. 
2318 Field, John Ireland Howe. Minn. 
3550 Field, Kirke Hart. C.al. 

783 Field, Thomas Goldsmith. N.Y. 
2969 Field, William Bradhurst Osgood. N.Y. 
2427 FiFiELD, Benjamin Franklin. Vt. 
4273 Finck, William Muir. Mich. 
261 1 Fish, Charles Henry. N.H. 
3673 Fish, Charles Manning. III. 
3383 Fish, George Farnham. X.Y. 

39S Fisher, Harris Baldwin. N.Y. 

4645 Fisher, James Henry. Pa. 

399 Fisher, Nathaniel Campbell. N.Y. 

651 Fisher, Robert Strettle Jones. D.C. 

2806 Fiske, Edwin Williams. N.Y. 

4148 Fiske, Louis SAxMuel. Pa. 

1919 Fitch, Grant. Wis. 

2032 Fitch, Winchester. Ohio. 

950 FitzGerald, Desmond. Mass. 

3855 Fitzhugh, Charles Lane. Pa. 

1720 Flagg, Henry Daggett. Mass. 

3632 Flagg, Stanley Griswold, Jr. Pa. 

3649 Fletcher, Frank F.ayette. Minn. 

4175 Fletcher, Henry. N.Y. 

2173 Flint, Francis Gardner. Wis. 

1682 Flint, Frank Putnam Cal. 

793 Flint, James Milton. D.C. 

2097 Flint, John Wyman. Wis. 

1681 Flint, Motley Hewes. Cal. 

1051 Flint, Wyman Kneeland. Wis. 

4086 Floyd, William. N.Y. 

4300 FoBEs, William Huntington. Minn. 

2765 Folger, Walter A. Ohio. 

690 Folsom, William Henry. N.Y. 

3035 Folsom, Willia.m Howard. N.H. 

4480 Foot, .'Augustus Richards. Mass. 

4481 Foot, Homer. Mass. 
1304 FooTE, George Benton. N.y. 
1303 FooTE, Gilbert Flagler. N.Y. 

764 FooTE, John Crocker. Mq. 

257 





MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL 


SOCIETY. 


Geneej 


Ki. No. 


State Soc. 


2518 


FooTE, Robert Dumont. 


N.J. 


3892 


Forbes, Harry Rogers. 


N.H. 


1632 


Forbes, William Innes. 


Pa. 


29 


Ford, George Hare. 


Conn, and N.Y. 


2145 


Forney, James. 


Pa. 


2454 


Forrest, Herbert Molton. 


Pa. 




Foster, Alfred Dwight. 


Mass. 


2939 


Foster, Antoine Lentilhon. 


Del. 


4627 


Foster, Charles Samuel. 


R.I. 


4673 


Foster, Daniel Requa. 


N.J. 


3918 


Foster, Everett Worthington. 


D.C. 


772 


Foster, Francis Apthorp. 


Mass. 


3603 


Foster, Frederic de Peyster. 


N.Y. 


266 


Foster, Howell. 


.. N.Y. 


2146 


Foster, Joseph. 


N.H. 


46II 


Foster, Joseph Henry. 


R.I. 


3718 


Foster, William Hamilton. 


N.H. 


655 


FouLKE, Bayard Fish. 


N.Y. 


1370 


FouLKE, William. 


N.Y. 


26 


Fowler, Franklin Hamilton. 


Conn. 


25 


Fowler, William Miles. 


N.Y. 


2772 


Fox, James Carter. 


Me. 


4350 


Fo.x, Noel Bleecker. 


N.Y. 


3265 


Fox, Walter Sylvanus. 


Mass. 


1924 


Frame, Thomas Clayton, Jr. 


Del. 


3920 


Francine, Albert Philip. 


Pa. 


3586 


Francis, George Hills. 


■ Mass. 


3794 


Frazer, Reah. 


Pa. 


3795 


Frazier, William West. 


Pa. 


2762 


Freeman, Alden. 


N.J. 


1264 


Freeman, James Goldthwait. 


Mass. 


3717 


French, George Baldwin. 


Mass. 


3471 


French, Leon Le Lanne. 


D.C. 


4660 


Frost, Russell. 


Conn. 


29S6 


Frost, Walter Clarence. 


Colo. 


4022 


Frothingham, Francis E.aton. 


N.Y. 


953 


Fry, Alfred Brooks. 


N.Y. 


3233 


Frye, Jed. 


N.Y. 


1904 


Fryer, Robert Livingston. 


N.Y. 


3492 


Fuller, Alfred Worcester. 


Mass. 


3643 


Fuller, Arthur Greenwood. 


Mass. 


741 


Fuller, Austin Weld. 


Vt. 


3665 


Fuller, Oliver Clyde. 


Wis. 



258 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
<ERAL No. State Soc. 

|.i Fuller, Percy Whitney. Mass. 

i4 Fulton, Willl^m Edwards. Conn. 

;2 FuRBER, Willl^m Copeland. Pa. 

;i FURNESS, Alexander Ramsey. Mo. 

14 FuRXESs, Dawes Eliot. Mass. 

13 Furness, William Eliot. III. 

;2 Furness, William Theodore. Mass. 

■+ Fyfe, Richard Henry. Mich. 

;i Gage, Herbert Edwin. Mass. 

Gaither, Alfred. Ohio. 

Gaither, Charlcs Perry. Mass. 

Gale, Thomas Monroe. D.C. 

Gallatin, Albert Eugene. N.Y. 

Gall.atin, Frederic. N.Y. 

G.^LLATIN, RoLAZ HORACE. N.Y. 

Calloney, Frank Hutchinson. Pa. 

Gamble, Tho.mas, Jr. Ga. 

Ganson, George H. Ohio. 

Garfield, Harry Augustus. Mass. 

Gardiner, David. N.Y. 

Gardiner, Robert Alexander. N.Y. 

Gardiner, Ed.mund Le Breton. N.J. 

Gardiner, Freedland Barney. D.C. 

Gardner, John Charles Fre.mont. N.Y. 

Garland, Hugh Alfred. Del. 

Garland, Spotswood. Del. 

Gates, Horatio. Wis. 

G.AY, Ernest Lewis. Mass. 

G.\Y, Frank Butler. Conn. 

Gay, Frederick. Vt. 

Gay, Warren Fisher. Mass. 

Geer, Danforth. N.Y. 

Geer, Olin Potter. N.Y. 

Geer, Walter. N.Y. 

Geery, William Beckwith. Minn. 

Gerald, Herbert P. D.C. 

Gerrish, Frederic Henry. Me. 

Gerrish, Orville Knight. Mass. 

Gerrish, William Little. Me. 

Gesner, Anthon Te.mple. Minn. 

Gest, Ale.xander Purves. Pa. 

Gest, John Marshall. Pa. 

259 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. 

4708 GETTi-Sj Francis McKeldin. 

1780 Gheen, Edward Hickman. 

3028 GiBBS, William Briggs. 
2710 Gibson, Charles Langdon. 
2391 Gibson, Edwin Wells. 

4028 Gibson, George Thornbl'rg Macaul.^y. 

2730 GiFFORD, Charles Edgar, Jr. 

4574 Gignilliat, Leigh Robinson. 

4603 Gignilliat, Thomas He\-ward. 

2936 Gilbert, Charles Pierrepont Henry. 

3255 Gilbert, Edward Winsor. 

4301 Gilbert, P.iyson Henry. 

2644 Gilbert, Shepard Devereux. 

2147 Gilchrist, Harry Wilbur. 

2921 Giles, Frank Warren, Jr. 

2920 Giles, Howard Everett. 

4310 Giles, MuRR.-iY Ogden. 

3765 Giles, Stephen Weart. 

406 GiLFiLLAN, William Whitehead. 

146 Gillespie, George Cuthbert. 

1657 Gillette, Edwin Eraser. 

4235 Gilpin, Francis Hopkinson. 

450 Gilpin, George. 

4083 Gilpin, William Bernard. 

3645 GiLsoN, Arthur Scott. 

3510 Glenn, Gerrard. 

2679 Glidden, John Montfichet. 

2593 Glidden, Joseph Warren. 

4169 Glover, George Edward. 

1 613 GoADBY, Arthur. 

4362 Godfrey, Lincoln. 

3029 Godwin, Joseph Brown. 
1313 Gooch, Daniel Linn. 

573 Gooch, Frank Austin. 

1280 Goodell, George Arthur. 

3929 Goodman, Richard Johnston. 

4442 Goodrich, Hazen Barnard. 

4489 Goodrich, Henry Wickes. 

2165 Goodrich, William. 

3260 GooDSPEED, Benjamin Franklin. 

3523 Goodwin, Augustus Franklin. 

4091 Goodwin, Charles Archibald. 

5S9 Goodwin, Francis. 

260 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

Goodwin, James Junius. Conk. 

Goodwin, James Junius. N. Y. 

Goodwin, Walter Lippincott. Conn. 

Goodyear, Charles Porter. Ga. 

Gordon, Edwin Averill. Mass. 

Gordon, George Augustus. N.H. 

Gorham, Austin Goddard. Colo. 

GosHORN, Alban Oliver. Ky. 

GosHORN, Edwin Clarence. Ohio. 

Goss, Charles Albert. Neb. 

Gould, Charles Albert. N.Y. 

Gould, Charles Judson. N.Y. 

Gould, David Henry. Conn. 

Gould, George Lambert. M.ws. 

Gould, Levi Swanton. Mass. 

Gould, Seabury Smith. N.Y. 

Gould, S. Seward. N.Y. 

Grafton, Charles Chapman. ALass. 

Granger, William Smith. R.I. 

Grant, De Forest. N.Y. 

Grant, Frederick Dent. N.Y. 

Grant, John William. Ga. 

Grant, Madison. N.Y. 

Gratwick, William Henry. N.Y. 

Graves, Carroll Stephen. Wash. 

Graves, Clytje Merritt. Wash. 

Graves, Frank Hyde, Wash. 

Graves, Jay P. Wash. 

Gray, Alfred William. Wis. 

Gray', Andrew Caldwell. Del. 

Gray, George. Del. 

Gray-, Nathaniel A. Wis. 

Green, Charles Edward. Mo. 

Green, Charles Montraville. Mass. 

Green, Robert Montraville. Mass. 

Green, Sa.muel Swett. Mass. 

Greene, Charles Ly.man. Minn. 

Greene, Douglas Norval. N.Y. 

Greene, George Sears, Jr. N.Y. 

Greene, Howard. Wis. 

Greene, Richard Henry. N.Y. 

Greene, Richard McCormick. Colo. 

Greene, William Maxwell. R.L 
261 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. 

3834 Greenlaw, William Prescott. 

2569 Greexleaf, Charles Henry. 

4044 Greenleaf, Edward Everett. 

4625 Greenough, Henry Waldo. 

4626 Greenough, William B.^tes. 
4309 Greer, Charles. 

4302 Gregg, Henry Sellers. 

3107 Gregg, Jesse Ashton. 

4069 Gregg, Maurice. 

76S Gregg, NoRras Bradford. 

767 Gregg, William Henry. 

769 Gregg, William Henry, Jr. 

1476 Gregory, Clifford D. 

1405 Greve, Charles Theodore. 

4416 Greve, Clifford. 

1465 Gridley, Horace Warren. 

1 175 Griffin, Francis Butler. 

2261 Griffin, Henry Arthur. 

3777 Griggs, Robert Foote. 

269 Grinnell, George Bird. 

270 Grinnell, William Milne. 
675 Griscom, Clement Acton. 

133S Griscom, Clement Acton, Jr. 

S08 Griscom, Rodman Ellison. 

224 Griswold, Benjamin Howell. 

954 Gross, Charles Edward. 

4190 Gross, Charles Welles. 

748 Gross, Samuel Eberly. 

1524 Grubb, Charles Ross. 

451 Grubb, Edward Burd. 

1835 Grubb, Ignatius Cooper. 

1762 Guild, Curtis, Jr. 

4614 Guild, Frederick Taft. 

3345 Guilford, William Wallace. 

7 GuNN, George Miles. 

3895 Gunther, Franklin L. 



3911 

3553 
3886 
2440 
4557 
3732 



Hack, George Earnest. 
Hack, Mervin Root. 
Hack, Thomas Henry. 
Hadley, E.merson. 
Hadley, William Lester. 
Hagan, Gilbert Harris. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
No. State Soc. 

Haggott, Ernest Ames. C.^l. 

Haight, Abner Sherman. N.Y. 

Haicht, Charles Sherman. N.Y. 

Haight, Frederick Everest. N.Y. 

Haines, John Peter. N.Y. 

Hale, Alton Thomas. Ind. 

Hale, Arthur. Pa. 

Hale, Clarence. Me. 

Hale, Frederick. Me. 

Hale, Henry Appleton. Mass. 

Hale, Thomas Wright. N.H. 

Hale, William Bayard. Ind. 

Hall, Charles Lander. Cal. 

Hall, Clarence Loines. Conn. 

Hall, Clayton Colman. Md. 

Hall, David Allen. R.I. 

Hall, Dudley. N.Y. 

Hall, George Franklin. Mass. 

Hall, George Purdy. N.Y. 

Hall, Harrison Coburn. Mass. 

Hall, Henry. Mass. 

Hall, Henry Benbrooke. Minn. 

Hall, Henry Lyon. Mass. 

Hall, Henry Orville. D.C. 

Hall, Nelson Read. R.L 

Hall, Oliver. Mass. 

Hall, Samuel Stickney. N.J. 

Hall, William Hunt, Jr. N.Y. 

Hall, William Penn-Gaskell. Pa. 

Hall, William Stickney. Mass. 

4102 Hallowell, Thomas Jewett. N.Y. 

1522 Halsey, Charles Day Thompson. N.J. 

17 Halsey, Henry Augustus. N.Y. 

3840 Halsey, Samuel Armstrong. N.J. 

2087 Halsey, William Armstrong. N.J. 

1 1 91 Halsey, William Lafon. Ky. 

1176 Halsted, David Crane. N.Y. 

1177 Halsted, Edward Bayard. N.Y. 
4004 Halsted, Pennington. . N.Y. 

987 Hamersley, William. Conn. 

177 Hamilton, Alexander. N.Y. 

4059 Hamilton, Alexander. Ind. 

1026 Hamilton, Charles William. Neb. 

263 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



Gener.^l No. 

1025 Hamilton, Frank Tiernan. 

4509 Hamilton, Henry DeWitt. 

3334 Hamilton, Henry Nicoll. 

2558 Hamlin, Charles Sumner. 

2399 Hammatt, Clarence Sherman. 

743 Hammond, Lyman Dresser. 

4227 Hammond, Samuel. 

2514 Hammond, William Buehler. 

2994 Hammond, Winthrop. 

4569 Hancock, JAxMes Eichelberger. 

4255 Hance, Irwin Howell. 

4254 Hance, William White. 

1197 Harden, Edward Thomas. 

639 Hardie, Joseph Cuyler. 

3843 Hardwick, Charles Cheever. 

900 Hardy, Cyrus Austin. 

4675 Hargitt, Robert Palmer. 

4723 Hargreaves, Fred Wells. 

4679 Harlow, Arthur Franklin. 

1979 Harral, Edward Wright. 

3441 Harris, Alfonso Scott. 

4529 Harris, Credo Fitch. 

3642 Harris, Frederick. 

44S6 Harris, Williams Cooper. 

2394 Harrison, Alexander. 

2377 Harrison, Carter Henry. 

3474 Harrison, Russell B. 

3850 Hart, Albert Bushnell. 

1742 Hart, Charles Nelson. 

2192 Hart, Henry Gilbert. 

3898 Hart, Richard Huson. 

581 Hart, Samuel. 

360 Hartley, George Derwent. 

2208 Hartson, Millard Tracy. 

4504 Harvey, LeRoy. 

2513 Harvey, Richard Wistar. 

1096 Hasell, Lewis Cruger. 

3318 Haskell, Charles Oliver. 

3093 Haskell, Frank Walsh. 
3728 Haskell, Harry Garner. 

2660 Haskell, Horace Stewart. 

841 Hastings, Henry. 
1438 Hastings, Hugh. 

264 



Neb. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
Mass. 

Ga. 

III. 
Mass. 

Pa. 
Mass. 

Md. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Cal. 
D.C. 

N.J. 

III. 
Ohio. 
Minn. 
Mass. 
Conn. 
Mass. 

Ky. 
Mass. 
Mich. 
Conn. 

III. 

IND. 

Mass. 
Colo. 

N.Y. 
Colo. 
Conn. 

N.Y. 
Wash. 

Del. 
Pa. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

Del. 

Vt. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
>IERAL No. State Soc. 

>i Hatch, Arthur Melvin. N.Y. 

[6 Hatch, Clarance. Ga. 

Hatch, Josiah Oakes. Ga. 

H.ATFIELD, Abraham, Jr. N.Y. 

H.ATFiELD, Henry Reed. Pa. 

Hatfield, William Henry. N.Y. 

Haughton, John Paul. Pa. 

Haughton, Richard. Pa. 

H-iiVEN, William. Iowa. 

Hawes, Andrew. Me. 

Hawes, Gilbert Ray. N.Y. 

H.'^wkes, Frederick Elliot. Mass. 

Hawkes, McDougall. N.Y. 

Hawks, James Dudley. Mich. 

Hawks, Joseph Matthew. Minn. 

Hawley, Walter Augustus. Cal. 

H.\wxhurst, Arthur. III. 

Hay, Charles Cortlandt. N.Y. 

H.ayden, Charles. Mass. 

H.A-iTiEN, Henry Whiting. N.Y. 

Haitjen, Hor.\ce Edwin. Pa. 

Hayden, James. Raynor. N.Y. 

H.«T)EN, William Mozart. Md. 

Hayes, Birchard Austin. Ohio. 

708 Hayes, William Allen. Mass. 

362 Haynes, John Randolph. Cal. 

545 Hays, James Amenzo. Wash. 

530 Hai-ward, William Eugene. Ind. 

698 Hazard, Rowland Gibson. R.I. 

609 Hazard, Thomas George, Jr. R.I. 

D+5 Hazelton, Willard Carpenter. Vt. 

84S He.\ley, David Alden. Mass. 

021 Heathfield, Herbert D'Estimeauville. Mass. 

552 Heaton, John Edward. Conn. 

977 Hebard, Frederic Schiller. III. 

401 Hedgcock, William Edward. Mo. 

944 Hegeman, John Rogers, Jr. N.Y. 

263 Heilner, George Corson. N.Y. 

526 Helmuth, William Tod. N.Y. 

198 Hendrick, Calvin Wheeler. Md. 

106 Henry, George Farnam. Ia. 

670 Henry, James Malcolm. D.C. 

643 Henry, John William. D.C. 
26s 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

3737 Henshaw, Joseph Greene. R.I. 

148 Herman, John Armstrong. N.Y. and Pa. 

1S06 Herrick, Charles William. N.Y. 

1034 He^-wood, Henry Brady. Ind. 

4107 HiBBEN, Paxton Pattison. Ind. 

2064 Hicks, Frederick Cocks. N.Y. 

3S17 Hicks, Levv-is Wilder. Mass. 

4171 Hicks, Samuel Chudleigh. N.Y. 

4119 HiGGiNS, Edward Everett. N.Y. 

2576 Hill, Charles Borland. N.Y. 

3496 Hill, Edward Marcy. M.ass. 

4046 Hill, Edwin Allston. D.C. 

3495 Hill, Henry Horace. Mass. 

2144 Hill, Howard Fremont. N.H. 

3032 Hill, John Fremont. Me. 

3683 Hill, John Philip. Md. 

1 1 14 Hill, Lew Cass. Mass. 

2462 Hill, Malcolm Westcott. Md. 

3891 Hill, Norman Alan. Md. 

1586 Hill, Robert Carmer. N.Y. 

1 133 Hill, William Squier. N.Y. 

4340 HiLLES, William Samuel. Del. 

1181 Hillhouse, Charles Betts. N.Y. 

50 Hillhouse, Francis. N.Y. 

3225 Hills, Joseph Lawrence. Vt. 

4657 Hills, Ralph Warren. D.C. 

3S42 Hills, William, Jr. N.J. 

4014 Hinchman, Frederick Barnard. N.Y. 

3106 Hinckley, N.^^thaniel Bent. Minn. 

4234 HiNMAN, Edward Chauncey. Mich. 

4228 Hitchcock, Thomas Barnes. Mass. 

3200 HoBBs, Franklin Warren. Mass. 

933 Hodges, Alfred. N.Y. 

2298 Hoes, Roswell Randall. R.L 

121 HoFF, John Van Rensselaer. N.Y. 

3323 Hoffman, Charles Frederick. N.Y. 

503 Hoffman, Richard Curzon. Md. 

2362 Hoffman, Samuel Verplanck. N.J. and N.Y. 

3628 Hoffman, William Mitchell Vail. N.Y. 

2943 Hoge, Peyton Harrison. Ky. 

4033 HoLBROOK, Clark. N.Y. 

2185 HOLBROOK, LeVL MasS. 

1991 Holcomee, John Marshall. Conn. 
266 



668 
248 
4137 
I6i8 

20-I4 

1985 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
No. State Soc 

HoLDEN, Edward Packard. N.J. 

HoLDEN, Horace. N.J. 

HoLDEN, William. Mass. 

Holland, John Butterpield. N.Y. 

Holland, Joseph. N.Y. 

Holliday, Jacquelin Smith. Ind. 

HoLLiDAY, William Post. Mich. 

Hollingsworth, Zachary Taylor. Mass. 

Holmes, Daniel Franklin. R.I. 

Holmes, Edwin Thomas. N.Y. 

Holmes, William Boyd. Mass. 

Holt, Frank Ward. Mich. 

Holton, Henry Dwight. Vt. 

Homer, William Bradford. Mo. 

Hooker, Edward Williams. Conn. 

Hooker, Thomas Williams. Conn. 

HOOPES, WiLFORD LAWRENCE. R.I. 

Hopkins, Alfred Francis. D.C. 

Hopkins, Forest. III. 

Hopkins, Neville Monroe. D.C. 

HoPKiNsoN, Edward. Pa. 

Hoppin, Hamilton Louis. N.Y. 

HoppiN, Samuel Howland. N.Y. 

Hord, Arnold Harris. D.C. 

Horner, Alfred Byrne. D.C. 

Hornor, Inman. Pa. 
Hornor, William Macpherson. N.Y. and Pa. 

Horton, William Edward. N.Y. 

Hosmer, Edward Sturges. N.Y. 

HosMER, James Ray. N.Y. 

Hosmer, Jerome Carter. Mass. 

Hotchkin, Walter Bryant. N.Y. 

Hotchkiss, Henry Lucius. Conn. 

Hough, Benjamin Kent. Mass. 

Hough, Oliver. Pa. 

Houghton, Clement Stevens. Mass. 

Houghton, George Clarke. N.Y. 

Houghton, William Addison. Me. 

Houston, Samuel Frederic. Pa. 

Houston, William Churchill, Jr. Pa. 

Howard, Harry Morton. Mass. 

Howard, Harry Stinson. Vt. 

Howard, John Duvall. Md. 
267 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. State Soc 

490 Howard, McHenry. Md. 

133 Howard, William Colman. N.Y. 

3860 Howard-Martin, Edmund. N.Y. 

1219 Howe, Edward Willard. Mass. 

2456 Howe, George Allaire. Pa. 

2960 Howe, George Rowland. N.J. 

2101 Howe, Herbert Marshall. Pa. 

4356 Howe, John Bigelow. N.Y. 

4527 Howell, Charles Fish. N.Y. 

78 Howell, Henry Wilson, Jr. N.Y. 

329 Howell, William. N.Y. 

4435 Howland, Carver. Cal. 

890 Howland, Charles Warren. Mass. 

513 Howland, Daniel Webster. Mass. 

3253 Howland, Shepard. Mass. 

3321 HoYT, Charles Wentworth. N.Y. 

2oo3 Hoyt, Edward Corse. Conn. 

1 105 HffiT, William Edwin. N.Y. 

811 Hubbard, Adolphus Skinner. N.H. 

4191 Hubbard, Elijah Kent, Jr. Conn. 

3328 Hubbard, Paul Mascarene. Mass. 

4294 Hubbard, Phineas. Mass. 

3723 Hubbard, Robert Morris. Mo. 

4005 Hubbard, Walter Comstock. N.Y. 

1462 Hubbell, Charles Bulkley. N.Y. 

2339 Hubbell, Frederick Cooper. Iowa. 

2199 Hubbell, Frederick Marion. Iowa. 

359 Hubbell, Henry Wilson:. N.Y. 

4563 HuiDEKOPER, Frederic Louis. D.C. 

3163 HuiDEKOPER, WaLLIS. PA. 

2378 Hulbert, Edmund Daniel. III. 

1S3 Hulbert, Henry Carlton. N.Y. 

3784 Hull, Fred Marcus, Jr. Ga. 

1670 Hull, George Huntington. N.Y. 

4554 Hull, John Baker Thompson. Md. 

1030 Humphrey, Charles Frederick. Neb. 

305 Hu.mphreys, Frank Landon. N.Y. 

857 Humphreys, Frederick H. N.J. 

3569 Hundley, John Barret. Ky. 

1595 HUNCERFORD, CHARLES STUART. N.Y. 

3925 HUNGERFORD, NeWMAN. CONN. 

4374 Hungerford, Victor William. N.Y. 

3546 Hunt, Arthur Kinsman. Me. 





MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL 


SOCIETY. 


Gen-era 


L No. 


State Soc. 


1718 


Hunt, Henry Warren. 


Mass. 


3207 


Hunt, Ridgely. 


N.Y. 


4652 


Hunt, Ridgely, Jr. 


N.Y. 


2903 


Hunter, Edward. 


Minn. 


678 


Hunter, Richard Stockton. 


Pa. 


1900 


Huntington, Charles Richards. 


N.Y. 


1989 


Huntington, Frederick Jabez. 


Conn. 


2707 


HUNTTINC, TeUNIS DiMON. 


N.Y. 


815 


HURD, Charles Russell. 


Mass. 


1403 


HURD, Ethan Osborn. 


Ohio. 


2196 


HuRD, Harold. 


N.Y. 


2S7 


HuRD, Rukard. 


Minn. 


3147 


KuRLBUTT, John Henry-. 


Conn, and N.Y. 


4373 


HusE, Arthur Hosmer. 


Me. 


1143 


HuTCHiNS, Charles Lewis. 


M.ASS. 


4548 


Hutchings, DeWitt Vermilye. 


Cal. 


2267 


Hutchinson, Cary Talcott. 


N.Y. 


4688 


Hutchison, Charles Edward. 


N.J. 


3258 


Hutton, a Lefferts. 


N.Y. 


7" 


Hyatt, Frank Stanley. 


N.Y. 


7S5 


Hyde, Edwin Francis. 


N.Y. 


4256 


Hyde, Frederic Bulkeley-. 


D.C. 


653 


H-i-DE, Frederick Erastus. 


N.Y. 


1885 


Hyde, James Clarence. 


N.Y. 


1366 


Hyde, Raymond Newton. 


N.Y. 


2868 


Hyde, Thomas. 


D.C. 


2004 


Hyde, William Waldo. 


Conn. 


4684 


IDE, Robert Leonard. 


N.Y. 


3202 


Inches, George Brimmer. 


Mass. 




Ingalls, Phineas Henry. 


Conn. 


1990 


Ingersoll, Charles Anthony. 


Conn. 


4210 


Ingraham, Phoenix. 


N.Y. 


2972 


Incraham, William Moulton. 


Me. 


3"4 


Ingraham, William Shurtleff. 


Conn. 


3 54 


Innis, Hasbrouck. 


N.Y. 


2723 


Irish, Edward Shaw. 


Colo. 


3042 


Irving, Cortlandt. 


N.Y. 


3308 


Irving, Washington. 


N.J. 


2251 


Irwin, John Vosburgh. 


N.Y. 


104 


IsHAM, Charles. 


N.Y. 


4193 


Isham, Norman Morrison. 


R.I. 


3513 


Ives, Anson Jesse. 


Ga. 


1833 


Ives, Marvin Allen. 


III. 



269 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



General J 


^0. 


1909 


Tackson, Arthur Eugene. 


2823 


[ackson, Edward Fisher. 


18S6 


ACKSON, James H. 


3698 


ACKSON, John Day. 


3965 


ACKSON, Nathaniel Francis. 


161 


ACKSON, Oswald. 


2756 


ACKSON, Pears ALL Bradhurst. 


4162 


AcoB, Donald Robertson. 


4161 


AcoB, John I. 


3635 


ACOBS, Henry Barton. 


1274 


AMES, ThO.MAS. 


2143 


AMESON, WiNIFIELD SCOTT. 


i6io 


anvrin, Joseph Edward. 


4214 


ARVES, DeMING. 


4510 


AY, John. 


1024 


fAYNES, Fremont Nathan. 


1122 


en KINS, Austin Lowe. 


1003 


ENKINS, ED.MUND FeLLOWS. 


506 


ENKiNs, Edward Austin. 


1037 


ENKINS, Francis. de Sales. 


1123 


ENKINS, Spalding Lowe. 


2126 


ENKINS, Thomas Courtney. 


2466 


ENKs, Almet Francis. 


8+5 


ENKS, Henry Fitch. 


3432 


ENKS, Nathan. 


3182 . 


ENNEY, Bernard. 


2037 


enney, Herbert. 


395 


ennings, Albert Gould. 


1999 


ennings, Arthur Osborne. 


3927 


ENNINGS, Oliver Gould. 


4668 


ennings, Walter. 


2493 


erome, Thomas Spencer. 


1138 


EWETT, Stephen. 


2433 J 


OCELYN, Stephen Perry. 


2190 


oHNoON, Charles Alfred. 


4519 


OHNSON, Charles Hudson. 


3704 


OHNsoN, Charles William Leverett. 


1786 J 


OHNSoN, Charles Williamson. 


1944 J 


OHNSON, Edward Bine. 


891 J 


OHNSON, Emery Walter. 


2941 


OHNSON, Francis Jewett. 


4051 J 


OHNSON, Frederic E. 


1716 J 


OHNSON, George Perry. 



Mass. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

Ga. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Ky. 

Ky. 

Md. 

Mo. 

Wash. 

N. Y. 

Mich. 

N.Y. 

Minn. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Mich. 

Mass. 

Ohio. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

Conn. 

N.Y. 

Mich. 

Minn. 

Vt. 

Colo. 

Mass. 

Md. 

Minn. 

Pa. 

Mass. 

Wis. 

D.C. 

Mass. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
No. State Soc. 

Johnson, Henry Lowry Emilius. D.C. 

Johnson, JERE^HAH Augustus. N.Y. 

Johnson, John Quincy Adams. N.Y. 

Johnson, Joseph Burr. D.C. 

Johnson, Joseph Horsfall. N.Y. 

Johnson, Joseph Taber. D.C. 

Johnson, Lucius Warren. D.C. 

Johnson, Stephen Albert. N.Y. 

Johnson, Stephen Seguine. N.J. 

Johnson, William Goodyear. D.C. 

Johnson, William Schuyler. N.Y. 

Johnston, Christopher. Md. 

Johnstone, Francis Upton. N.Y. 

Jones, Arthur Lafayette. Md. 

Jones, Arthur Sidney Herbert. N.Y. 

Jones, Ch.arles Folsom. Me. 

Jones, Charles Herbert. N.Y. 

Jones, Charles Landon. N.Y. 

Jones, Charles Louis. Wis. 

Jones, David May. Ky. 

Jones, Edward Clarence. Me. 

Jones, George William. Mass. 

Jones, Oliver Livingston. N.Y. 

Jones, Oliver Livingston, Jr. N.Y. 

Jones, Philip Ingraham. Me. 

Jones, Richmond Lech. Pa. 

Jones, Robert Ralston. Ohio. 

Jones, Shipley. N.Y. 

Jones, Walter Rysam. N.Y. 

Jones, Wylie Brantley. Vt. 

Jordan, Charles Philander. III. 

Jordan, Fritz Hermann. Me. 

Jordan, Scott. III. 

Joy, Russell Tamerlane. N.Y. 

JuDD, Orrin Reynolds. N.Y. 

JuDsoN, Frederick Newton. Mo. 

JuDsoN, William Pierson. N.Y. 

JuNKiN, Francis Thom.\s Anderson. III. 

Keech, Frank Browne. N.Y. 

Keegan, Dermot Warburton. N.Y. 

Keegan, Vincent Elij.ah. M.ass. 

Keep, Chauncey. III. 
271 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



636 
1231 
3S51 
4100 
2605 
3809 
4355 
1966 

410 
1830 
2840 
3149 
3745 
3160 
1326 
18S1 
4405 
4002 
3401 
3336 
4359 
2737 
3833 

703 
4656 

779 
3942 
4229 
2543 
2990 
3562 
2115 



4543 
4192 
43S0 
4343 
97 
4588 
4299 



KeeNj Gregory Bernard. 
Kei.m, George de Benxeville. 
Keith, Arthur. 
Keith, Solo.mon Lorin. 
Kellen, William V.ail. 
Kellogg, Edwin Welles. 
Kellogg, Frederic Rogers. 
Kellogg, Frank Billings. 
Kellogg, George Casper. 
Kellogg, John Prescott. 
Kelly, James Henry. 
Kelly, Luther Sage. 
Kemble, Francis Tillou. 
Kendall, Henry Myron. 
Kenly, William Watkins. 
Kennan, Thom.as Lathrop. 
Kennard, Joseph Spencer, Jr. 
Kennedy, Elijah Robinson. 
Kennedy, George Colvin. 
Kennett, William Potts. 
Kent, Daniel. 
Kenyon, Ralph Wood. 
Ketcha.m, David McDonald. 
Ketchum, Charles John. 
Key, Edward. 
Keyser, Robert Brent. 
Kilton, Raymond Jenckes. 
Ki.MBALL, Arthur Reed. 
Kimball, Charles Dean. 
Kimball, Clarence Houghton. 
Kimball, Frank Reed. 
King, Edward. 
King, Harris McLeod. 
King, Henry Parsons. 
King, Samuel Balch. 
Kingman, William Livermore. 
Kingsbury, Frederick John. 
Kingsbury, George Nelson. 
KiNGSLEY, Harvey Roberts. 
KiNziE, Julian Magill. 
Kip, William V. B. 
Kirk, Edwin. 
Kirk, Everett Buell. 

272 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
No. State Soc. 

KissAM, Henrv Snyder. N.Y. 

KiTCHELL, William Lloyd. N.Y. 

Kite, Thomas. Ohio. 

Kittle, Charles Albert. N.Y. 

Klapp, William Henry. Pa. 

Klink, George Timothy'. Cal. 

Knapp, Henry Eno. Minn. 

Knight, Stephen Herrick. Mich. 

Knight, William Warren. Mo. 

Knott, Aloy'Sius Leo. Md. 

4219 Knowlton, John Greenleaf Whittier. N.H. 

641 Knox, William Salsdury. D.C. 

1368 Koop, Eugene Jackson. N.Y. 

948 Koop, Godfrey Phelps. N.Y. 
367 KouES, George Ellsworth. N.J. and N.Y. 

4458 Kreider, George Noble. III. 

4566 Kru.mbhaar, Alexander. Pa. 

4012 KuHN, John Joseph. N.Y. 

3634 KuLP, John Stewart. Cal. 

1888 Kunkel, Robert Sharp. N.Y. 

4183 La Bach, Paul Mayer. III. 

1192 La Bree, Benja.min. Ky. 

4096 Lach.mund, Ralph Henry. Mass. 

1378 Ladd, William Whitehead. N.Y. 

2744 Lahens, Louis Emile. N.Y. 

Lamberton, James McCormick. Pa. 

Lamson, William George. Mass. 

Lancaster, Edwin Robinson. N.Y. 

Lancaster, Edwin Williams. N.Y. 

Landon, Francis Griswold. N.Y. 

Landon, Henry Hutton. N.Y. 

Landreth, Burnet, Jr. Pa. 

Landreth, D.avid. Pa. 

Landreth, Sy'.mington Phillips. Pa. 

Lane, Ebenezer. III. 

Lane, Francis Titus Luquer. N.Y. 

Lane, George Bishop. Minn. 

Lane, Wolcott Griswold. N.Y. 

Langdon, Andrew. N.Y. 

Langdon, William Chauncey. N.Y. 

Langdon, Woodbury Gersdorf. N.Y. 

Langworthy-, Charles Ford. D.C. 

273 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

423 Lardner, James Lawrence. Pa. 

3650 Lathrop, Alanson Peckham. Mich. 

3 121 L.ATHROP, Charles Gardner. Cal. 

1258 Lathrop, Kirke. Mich, and N.Y. 

43+9 Law, Robert Davis. III. 

84 Lawrence, Abraham Riker. N.Y. 

4010 Lawrence, Frank Waltf». N.J. 

4666 Lawrence, Harris Hooper. Mass. 

2059 Lawrence, Robert Cutting. N.Y. 

2or6 Lawrence, William. Mass. 

3412 Lawrence, William Mangam. III. 

2626 Lawrence, William Watson. Pa. 

1714 Lawrie, Andrew Westcott. Mass. 

2034 Laws, Harry Langdon. Ohio. 

4139 Lawton, Daniel Lathrop. N.Y. 

3963 Lawton, Fred Chester. r.I. 

1587 Lawton, George Perkins. N.Y. 

2550 Lea, James Henry. Mass. 

1941 Lea, Preston. Del. 

3395 Lea, William. Del. 

459 Leach, Josiah Granville. Pa. 

1539 Leaken, William Ridgely. Ga. 

799 Learned, Francis Mason. MasS. 

1028 Learned, Myron Leslie. Neb. 

609 Learned, Walter. Conn. 

3S65 Leaycraft, John Edgar. N.Y. 

1 198 Lee, Bradner Wells. Cal. 

468 Lee, Edmund Jennings. Pa. 

201 1 Lee, Hillyard Cameron. Md. 

4553 Lee, Howard Hall Macy. Md. 

3749 Leeds, Warner Mifflin. N.Y. 

554 Leete, Charles Sidney. Conn. 

3097 Lefferts, Frederic Raymond. N.Y. 

2966 Lefferts, Frederic Raymond, Jr. N.Y. 

3127 Lefferts, William Henry. N.Y. 

3251 Leichton, George Bridge. N.H. 

2699 Leland, Charles Henry. N.Y. 

35S1 Leland, Herbert Messenger. Mass. 

457 Lennig, Charles Frederick. Pa. 

4377 Lennig, George Grossman. Pa. 

1602 Leonard, Daniel. N.Y. 

693 Leonard, Edgar Cotrell. N.Y. 

1259 Leonard, Gardner Cotrell. N.Y. 

274 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
, No. State Soc. 

Leonard, William A. Ohio. 

LeRoy, Frederick Gebh.ard. N.Y. 

Le Roy, Jacob. Pa. 

Levick, Lewis Jones. Pa. 

Levis, Samuel White. Pa. 

Lewis, Charles. Ohio. 

Lewis, David, Jr. Pa. 

Lewis, Fulton. D.C. 

Lewis, George Winthrop. Minn. 

Lewis, John Locke. N.Y. 

Lewis, John Thompson, Jr. Pa. 

LiBBEY, William. N.J. 

LiBBY, Charles Freeman. Me. 

Liggett, Sidney B. Pa. 

Lightner, Clarence Ashley. Mich. 

Lightner, William Hurley. Minn. 

Lilly, John Miller. Ind. 

Lincoln, George Henry. R.L 

LiNDLY, John Milton. ' Iowa. 

Lindsay, John Douglas. N.Y. 

Lines, Ernest Van Rensselaer. N.Y. 

Lines, Harvey Klapp. N.Y. 

Lippitt, Costello. Conn. 

Litchfield, Edward Huebard. N.Y. 

Litchfield, Edward Hubert. N.Y. 

Litchfield, Electus Darwin. N.Y. 

Litchfield, Wilford Jacob. Mass. 

Litchfield, William Elias. Mass. 

Little, Edward Porter. Mo. 

Little, Frederick Scrymser. N.Y. 

Little, Henry Lyman. Minn. 

Little, Thomas. N.Y. 

Little, William Agnew. D.C. 

Littlefield, George Emery. Mass. 

IH3 Littlefield, Marcellus. Mass. 

44 Livingston, Edward de Peyster. N.Y. 

iiSS Livingston, Gilbert Robert. N.Y. 

455 Livingston, John Henry. N.Y. 

32 Livingston, Philip. N.Y. 

1545 Lloyd, John Uri. Ohio. 

3209 Lloyd, Malcolm, Jr. Pa. 

3912 Lobingier. Andrew Stewart. Cal. 

2225 Locke, Charles Augustus. Mass. 

275 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

1963 LocKwooD, Luke Vincent. Conn. 

3252 LocKwooD, Thomas St. John. Mass. 

1918 Lombard, John William Peterson. Wis. 

3582 Long, Harry Vinton. Mass. 

634 Long, Oscar Fitzalan. D.C. 

1 3 14 LoNGACRE, James B.arton. Pa. 

32S8 Longfellow, Alexander Wadsvvorth. Mass. 

4180 LooMis, Charles Joel. III. 

3419 Lord, Calvin. Mass. 

2215 Lord, Charles Edward. Mass. 

708 Lord, Frank Howard. N.Y. 

103 1 Lord, John Prentiss. Neb. 

166 Lord, Nathan Holcombe. N.Y. 

2244 LORTON, Heth. N.Y. 

1968 Love, William De Loss. Conn. 

1579 LovELL, Frank Hallett. N.Y. 

1580 LovELL, Frank Hallett, Jr. N.Y. 
i8i8 Lovell, Leander Newton. N.J. 
II 13 LovERiNG, Henry Morton. Mass. 
3596 Low, Joseph Tompkins. N.Y. 
1892 Low, William Oilman, Jr. N.Y. 
4409 Lowell, Payson Tucker. Mass. 
4071 LuDiNGTON, Elliot Kingman. Mo. 
4202 Ludlam, Percy Clifford. N.Y. 
3524 Ludlow, George McMurtry. III. 
4447 Lukens, Alfred Brandriff. N.Y. 
4197 Lu.MMis, Benjamin Rush. N.Y. 
4669 Lummis, Charles Augustus. N.Y. 
4208 Lummis, William. N.Y. 
3744 Lung, George Augustus. N.Y. 
2672 LuNT, William Wallace. Mass. 

253 LUQUER, Lea McIlvaixe. N.Y. 

787 LuQUER, Thatcher Taylor Payne. N.Y. 

2417 Ly.man, Elias. Vt. 

2622 Lyman, George Alexander. III. 

3204 Lyman, George Hinckley. Mass. 

4023 Lyman, Walter H. N.Y. 

3936 Lynch, Jasper. N.J. 

3422 Lyon, George Elmer. Mo. 

4720 Lyon, Hiram Rogers. Minn. 

4312 Lyon, John Henry Hobart. Minn. 

712 Lyons, James. Va. 

276 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc 

3932 Mabie, Hamiltom Wright. N.J. 

37S7 Macbeth, Ravenel. Mo. 

1552 Macdonough, Rodney. Mass. 

4230 Macfarlane, George Sidney. Mass. 

217 Mackenzie, George Norbury. Md. and N.Y. 

1344 Mackenzie, George N'orbury, 3RD. Md. 

3244 Mackoy, Harry Brent. Ohio. 

3071 MacLean, George Edwin. Iowa. 

1759 MacVeagh, Ea.\ies. III. 

1590 Macy, Coggeshall. N.Y. 

1584 Macy, George Henry. N.Y. 

3848 Magruder, Caleb Clarke, Jr. D.C. 

4663 Maltby, Julius. Conn. 

4457 Manchester, Harry Stewart. III. 

2670 Mandell, Samuel Pierce. Mass. 

4812 Manley, Samuel Cony. Me. 

1435 Mann, Charles Addison. D.C. 

361 Mann, Elias Plum. N.Y. 

362 Mann, Francis N., Jr. N.Y. 
1481 Mann, Matthew Derbyshire. N.Y. 
4491 Manning, Frank Orlando. N.Y. 
1614 Manning, William Thurston. Md. 
106S Marsh, Henry Daniel. Mass. 
j!976 Marsh, Henry Wheelwright. III. 
2573 Marsh, John Edward. N.J. 
3867 M.\rshall, David Parish Barhydt. N.Y. 
3S99 Marshall, James M. Ky. 
4436 Marston, John, 3RD. Pa. 
4352 Martin, James. N.Y. 

686 Martin, Jonathan Willis. Pa. 

4455 Marvin, Chancellor Sanford. III. 

4463 Marvin, Loren Pinckney Waldo. Conn. 

3228 Mason, Amos Lawrence. M.^ss. 

426 Mason, George Cha.mplin, Jr. Pa. 

2609 Mason, James Blaine. Iowa. 

1572 Matthews, Albert. Ohio. 

1958 Maxwell, Francis T.\ylor. Conn. 

4461 Maxwell, William. Conn. 

2627 Maybury, William Jordan. Me. 

4517 Mayhew, Zeb, Jr. N.Y. 

642 Maynard, George Colton. D.C. 

66 1 Mayo, Edwapd Carrincton. N.Y. and Va. 

56 McAllister, Heyward Hall. N.Y. 
277 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

3460 McAlpin, Benjamin Brandreth. N.Y. 

3459 McAlpin, Edwin Augustus. N.Y. 

4138 McAlpin, Milo Frederick. N.Y. 

2088 McClintock, Emory. N.J. 

1307 McClure, Archibald Jermain. N.Y. 

4484 McCollester, Lee Sullivan. Mich. 

2372 McCord, George L.wvrence. Mo. 

2369 McCoRD, James Hamilton. Mo. 

2373 McCord, Robert Hamden. Mo. 

2370 McCord, Sa.muel Steele. Mo. 
1087 McCulloch, Champe Carter, Jr. N.Y. 

2630 McCulloch, Richard. Mo. 

2631 McCulloch, Robert. Mo. 
3861 McCulloch, Walter Buchanan. N.Y. 
2461 McDowell, Edward Campbell, Jr. Ky. 
2785 McElroy, Clayton. Pa. 
4246 McFarland, George Eldrick. Ia. 
2405 McGeoch, Arthur Nye. Wis. 

847 McGlenen, Edward Webster. Mass. 

951 McGlennen, Harry Jarret. Mass. 

3706 McGr.\th, John. Ohio. 

4433 McGregor, Graham Bradford. N.J. 

3611 McGuiRE, James Clark. N.Y. 

2788 McIlvain, William. Pa. 

3990 McIlvain, Edward Morton. Pa. 

1071 McInti-re, Charles John. Mass. 

2913 McKesson, Irving. N.Y. 

1 1 34 McKinstry, Charles Hedges. N.Y. 

1637 McKnight, Charles. Pa. 

2837 McMichael, Charles Barnsley. Pa. 

4728 McMillan, Frank Griggs. Minn. 

3429 McMillan, Philip Hamilton. Mich. 

42S1 McMuRRAN, William Thomas. Minn. 

3451 McNair, Eben Orlando. N.Y. 

2S01 McNamee, Charles. N.Y. 

3367 McNamee, Theodore H. N.Y. 

3597 McVickar, John Augustus. N.Y. 

3806 Mead, Lewis Henry. Minn. 

1468 Mead, Spencer Percival. N.Y. 

3845 Meader, Richard Dame. Ga. 

482 Meeker, Richards Carson. Md. 

2117 Meekins, Edward Munro. Mass. 

4589 Meigs, Henry Benjamin. Vt. 

27S 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. 

3629 Meigs, Peveril, Jr. 
3622 Melcher, John Stevens. 
273 Melville, Henry. 
3012 Mercur, James Watts. 
1324 Mercur, Rodney Augustus. 
4658 Meridith, Philip Taliaferro. 
1158 Meriwether, Hunter McKeand. 
4555 Meriwether, William Western. 
1773 Merrell, George. 
889 Merriam, Frank. 

Merriam, Henry Parker. 

Merrick, Cyrus Henry. 

Merrick, Henry Spencer. 

Merrill, John Lenord. 

Merrill, Thomas Davis. 

Merriman, William Buckingham. 

Merritt, Alan Douglas. 

Merritt, Douglas. 

Merritt, Henry Keble. 

Merritt, Robert Gwathmey. 

Merritt, Simon Wickes. 

Merritt, Willia.m Alfred. 

Mersereau, John Daniel. 

Merwin, Orange. 

Messinger, William Dorrance. 

Metcalf, Bryce. 

Metcalf, William Park. 

Meyer, Blakeman Quintard. 

Meysenberg, Robert Carr. 

MiDDLETON, Harvey. 

Middleton, Merle. 

MiDDLETON, Nathan Atherton. 

Miles, Alfred Graham. 

Miller, Ben de Mier. 

Miller, Charles Kingsbury. 

Miller, Eddis Nelson. 

Miller, Robert Finney. 

Miller, Sidney Trowbridge. 

Milne, Caleb Jones, Jr. 

Milne, David. 

Milnor, Thomas William. 

Miner, George Leland. 

Minis, John Livingston. 

279 



.TE SOC. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Ohio. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Iowa. 

Iowa. 

N.J. 

Minn. 

Conn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Ind. 

N.Y. 

Md. 

Md. 

Cal. 

Conn. 

III. 

N.Y. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

D.C. 

III. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Mich. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

R.I. 

Md. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



General No. 

2753 
1067 
4172 
2181 
1565 
3610 
2755 



1725 
4160 
4218 
4176 
2236 
1178 



3010 
3171 
2085 
142 1 
4508 
4563 
3599 
4013 
1735 
3477 
3478 
3005 



12S4 
2242 
4552 
853 



2673 
1329 
425 
"4 
4450 
3278 



MiNOT, James. 
MiNOT, Joseph Grafton. 
MiNTON, Telfair Marriott. 
Mitchell, Charles Foote. 
Mitchell, Edward Craig. 
Moffat, R. Burnham. 
Moller, Charles George, Jr. 
MoNFORT, Frederick Delos. 
Montague, Henry Watmough. 

MONNETTE, MeRVTN JeREMIAH. 

Monnette, Orra Eugene. 

Montgomery, Archibald Roger. 

Montgomery, Hardman Philips Alan. 

Montgomery, Henry Eglinton. 

Montgomery, Henry Eglinton, 2ND. 

Montgomery, James Henry. 

Moody, Frederick Schander. 

Moore, Albert Randell. 

Moore, Charles. 

Moore, Clarence. 

Moore, Howard Parker. 

Moore, Thomas Channing. 

Moore, William John. 

MooREs, Charles Washington. 

Moores, Merrill. 

MoRAN, Charles. 

Morgan, Fisher Corlies. 

Morgan, George Dayton. 

Morgan, James Henry. 

Morgan, James Lancaster. 

Morgan, John Hill. 

Morgan, John Hurst. 

Morgan, William Fellowes. 

Morgan, William H. 

MoRiARTY, George Andrews, Jr. 

Morrell, Edward De Veaux. 

Morrell, George Cory'don. 

Morrill, Samuel. 

Morris, Frederick Wistar, Jr. 

Morris, Henry. 

Morris, Lewis. 

Morris, Lewis Gouverneur. 

Morris, Roland Sletor. 



State Soc 

N.H. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

Minn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Minn. 

Mass. 

Cal. 

Cal. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Cal. 

Minn. 

Mich. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

III. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Md. 

N.J. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. State Soc. 

823 Morris, Seymour. III. and Mass. 

S78 Morrison, George Austin, Jr. N.Y. 

3229 Morrison, Samuel Turner. Iowa. 

3633 Morrison, William Francis. Iowa. 

3S05 Morse, Edward Emery. D.C. 

2275 Morse, Fred Winslow. N.H. 

3994 Morse, Glenn Tilley". Mass. 

332 Morse, Waldo Grant. N.Y. 

2025 Morse, Willard Samuel. Colo. 

731 Morton, Frederick Nash. Vt. 

1437 Morton, Levi Parsons. N.Y. 

2645 MosELEY", Frank. Mass. 

95S MosELEY, John Graham. Mass. 

1866 Moses, Zebina. D.C. 

4696 MoTT, John Grenville. Ind. 

1901 MoTT, John Thomas. N.Y. 

2257 MoTT, Luther Wright. N.Y. 

2971 MouLTON, Augustus Freedom. Me. 

2233 MouLTON, George Mayhew. III. 

3455 Mow ATT, Charles Gr.-vyson. N.Y. 

4471 Mower, Charles Herrick. Vt. 

3992 MuDCE, Solomon Hinckley. Mo. 

3427 MuLFORD, Ernest Denman. N.J. 

lOII MUMFORD, JA.MES GREGORY. MaSS. 

4573 Muncaster, Steuart Brown. D.C. 

1974 MuNCER, Carl Eugene. Conn. 

4194 Munroe, Addison Pierce. R.I. 

462a Munroe, Lyman Francis. R.I. 

465 Munro, Wilfred Harold. R.I. 

682 MuNsoN, Cyrus La Rue. Pa. 

3064 MuNSON, Francis Merton, Jr. Del. 

4424 Munson, Frederic Granville. D.C. 

2547 Murdock, Harold. Mass. 

2447 Murdock, Joseph Ballard. Mass. 

3614 MuREN, George Morgan. N.Y. 

1243 Murphey, Elijah Warriner. N.Y. 

2519 Murphy, Franklin. N.J. 

4076 Murphy, Franklin, Jr. N.J. 

4492 Murphy, William Dennistoun. N.Y. 

3 Murray, Charles Henry. N.Y. 

3240 Murray, George Henry. Del. 

4084 Murray-, William. N.Y. 

2193 Myer, Albert James. N.Y. 
281 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. State Soc. 

3783 Myers, James Fairlie Cooper. Ga. 

2303 Myers, Walter Fredericks. Minn. 



3454 
1826 



2168 
3142 
mi 

"35 
55S 
3007 
3008 
1186 
943 
1187 
1933 
274S 
2733 
1626 
3750 
2292 
4616 
732 
I2l6 
3724 
438 
439 
3694 
3381 
4337 
381 
1436 
134 
347 
3976 
2591 
210 



Napier, Charles Dwight. N.Y. 

Nash, Nathaniel Cushing. Mass. 

Neely, Robert Caldwell. Ga. 

Nelson, Edwin Horatio. Mich. 

Newberry, John Stoughton. Mich. 

Newberry, Truman Handy. Mich. 

Newcomb, Clarence Fisher. Mo. 

Newcomb, Harry Turner. D.C. 

Newell, William Harmar. Pa. 

Newhall, Charles Cary. R.I. 

Newhall, James Silver. Mass. 

Newman, Clarence Egberts. N.Y. 

Nev\ton, Henry Gleason. Conn. 

Nichols, Acosta. N.Y. 

Nichols, George Livingston. N.Y. 

Nichols, Henry Atherton. Cal. 

Nichols, Maury. N.Y. 

Nichols, Willard Atherton. Cal. 

Nicholson, John Reed. Del. 

Nickerson, Philip Tillinghast. Mass. 

NicKERSON, Stephen Wescott. Mass. 

Nickerson, Tho.mas White. Mass. 

NiCKOLLj Fancher. N.Y. 

Nightingale, George Corlis. R.I. 

Nightingale, George Corlis, Jr. R.I. 

Noble, Robert. Vt. 

NoRCROss, Grenville Howland. Mass. 

Norman, Albert Clift. Ga. 

NoRRis, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney. Pa. 

Norris, George Washington. Pa. 

NoRRis, Henry McCoy. Ohio. 

Northrop, Frank. N.Y. 

Northrop, Otis Smith. Conn. 

Norton, Ed\vard Loudon. N.Y. 

Norton, Porter. N.Y. 

Norwood, Lewis Morris. N.Y. 

Noyes, Charles Phelps. Minn. 

Noyes, David Allen. III. 

Noyes, Edward Deering. Me. 
Noyes, Ja.mes Atkins. Mass. and N.Y. 
282 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

2629 NoYES, Wadsworth. Me. 

35S8 Nutter, Charles Read. Mass. 

3670 Nye, James Warren. III. 

335S Ober, Gustavus. Md. 

49 O'CoNOR, John Christopher. N.Y. 

3276 Oddie, Orville, Jr. N.Y. 

4127 Odell, Willl^m Herrick Lovett. Mass. 

3259 Offley, Cleland Nelson. D.C. 

338 Ogden, Ludlow. , ■ N.Y. 

355 Olin, Stephen Henry. N.Y. 

3 1 17 Olmsted, Edward. N.J. 

22 Olney, George Washington. N.Y. 

1291 Olyphant, John Kensett. N.Y. 

1290 Olyphant, Robert. N.Y. 

1179 Ormsbee, Hermann W. N.Y. 

203 Orne, Henry Merrill. N.Y. 

Orrick, Henry Abert. Md. 

Orton, Edward, Jr. Ohio. 

Orton, Forrest Hoy. Minn. 

Orvis, Charles Eustis. N.Y. 

OsBORN, Henry Austin. III. 

OsBORN, Henry Fairfield. Conn. 

OsBORN, William Updike. N.Y. 

Osgood, Edward Louis. Mass. 

Osgood, Frederick Earned. Conn. 

Otis, Charles Tillinghast. III. 

Otis, Joseph Edward. III. 

Otis, Philo Adams. III. 

Otis, Ralph Chester. ' III. 

Otter, John Delaware. Ky. 

Owen, Frederick Desison. D.C. 

Owen, Robert Latham. D.C. 

Owen, William Henry, Jr. N.Y. 

Owen, William O. D.C. 

Paca, John Philemon. Md. 

Page, Carroll Smalley. Vt. 

Page, Louis Rod.man. Md. 

Pace, Oliver Ormsby-. Pa. 

Page, Sa.muel Davis. Pa. 

Page, Walter Gilman. Me. 

Paine, Ctous Fay. N.Y. 

Paine, Waldo Grant. Wash. 
283 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



General No. 

4518 Palmer, Charles Howard, 2D. 

2935 Palmer, Ernest. 

+650 Palmer, Henry Brewster. 

2720 Palmer, Lowell Mason. 

3609 Palmer, Lucius Noyes. 

1902 Palmer, Walter Warner. 

3501 Palmer, William Lincoln. 

4199 Pardee, Ensign Bennett. 

3S59 Parish, Edward Codman. 

4132 Park, Lawrence. 

4602 Parker, Calvin Donnell. 

2070 Parker, Charles Lincoln. 

191 1 Parker, Charles Wallingford. 

1715 Parker, Charles Wentworth. 

1709 Parker, Charles Wentworth, Jb 

3592 Parker, Charles Wolcott. 

4357 Parker, Edward Horatio. 

2578 Parker, Frederick Sheldon. 

2017 Parker, Frederick Wesley. 

3424 Parker, George Turner. 

22i8 Parker, Herman. 

2122 Parker, John Nelson. 

2383 Parker, Moses Greeley. 

5S0 Parmele, George Luther. 

4432 Parmly, Jay Frank. 

4674 Parrot, George Townley. 

2140 Parsons, Charles Lathrdp. 

1069 Parsons, Charles Sumner. 

4257 Parsons, Francis Henry. 

1365 Parsons, William Decatur. 

2398 Parsons, William Naramore. 

3055 Partridge, Arthur Samuel. 

1870 Partridge, Edward Lasell. 

2652 Partridge, Frank Harvey. 

3420 Patch, Andrew Warren. 

1 79 1 Patten, John Dewhurst. 

334 Patterson, John Henry. 

150 Paul, John Rodman. 

6S7 Paul, Lawrence Taylor. 

4068 Payne, George Houson. 

4252 Payne, George Houson, Jr. 

16S3 Payson, Albert Henry. 

250 Peak, Albert Charles. 

284 



.TE SOC. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 
Ga. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 

N.J. 
Mich. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 
Mo. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Conn. 

N.J. 
N.J. 

N.H. 
Mass. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 
Ga. 
Mo. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

PA. 

Pa. 
Md. 
Md. 
Cal. 
D.C. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
No. State Soc. 

Pear, Charles Meriam. Mass. 

Pearson, Arthur Emmons. Mass. 

Pearson, George. Pa. 

Pearson, William Henry. Mass. 

Peck, Frederick Stanhope. R.I. 

Peck, George Leete. N.Y. 

Peck, Ha.milton Sullivan. Vt. 

Peck, John Hudson. N.Y. 

Peck, Theodore Safford. Vt. 

Peck, Warren. Vt. 

Peck, William Hazen. N.J. 

Peelle, Stanton Canfield. D.C. 

Peet, Frederick Tomlinson. N.Y. 

Peirce, George Webster. Colo. 

Peirce, Willam Henry. Md. 

Pell, Frederick Aycrigc. N.Y. 

Pell, Howland. N.Y. 

Pell, Rodman Corse. III. 

Pell, Stephen Hyatt Pelham. N.Y. 

Pell, Theodore Roosevelt. N.Y. 

Pell-H.^ggerti', Howland. N.Y. 

Pendleton, Edward Waldo. Mich. 

Penhallow, Charles Sherburn. Mass. 

Pennell, Henry Beaumont. Me. 

Pennington, Josias. Md. 

Pennington, William Clapham. Md. 

Pennoyer, Nelson Alonzo. Wis. 

Pennypacker, Samuel Whitaker. Pa. 

Perin, Frank Langdon. Ohio. 

Perkins, Charles Penrose. Pa. 

Perkins, John Carroll. Me. 

Perkins, Joshua Newton. N.Y. 

Perkins, Merritt Greenwood. N.J. 

Perkins, Rowan Penrose. Pa. 

Perkins, Seymour. N.Y. 

Perrin, William Redfield. III. 

Perry, Ale.tcander. N.Y. 

Perry, John Hoyt. Conn. 

Perry, John Prince Hazen. N.Y. 

Perry, Ralph Percy. Wis. 

Peter, Armistead, Jr. D.C. 

Peter, George Freeland. D.C. 

Peters, Ralph. Ohio. 

285 



2830 

4157 
1836 
3iS5 
23S8 
4670 
1878 
3339 
3919 
2786 
2103 
4146 
3561 
4001 
606 
1292 
2384 
4621 
1073 



4641 
4118 
3644 
3870 
2996 
3637 
3951 
2278 
2151 
1164 
2237 
+483 

591 
2705 
3426 
1376 
4579 
4580 
4539 
2207 
3779 

868 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
No. State Soc. 

Peters, Richard, Jr. Pa. 

Pettikcell, Frank Hervey. Mass. 

Phelps, Edmund Joseph. Minn. 

Phelps, George Nelson. Mass. 

Phelps, John Samuel. Mass. 

Phelps, Livingston. N.Y. 

Phelps, Luis James. N.Y. 

Phelps, S.\muel Fowler. N.Y. 

Phillips, Duncan Clinch. D.C. 

Phillips, George Brixton. Pa. 

Phillips, George M-inoN. Minn. 

Phillips, Morris Shallcross. Pa. 

Phinizy, Barrett. Ga. 

Picher, Oliver Sheppard. Mo. 

Pierce, Bradford DeWitt. Conn. 

Pierce, Charles Henry. N.Y. 

Pierce, Dean. Mass. 

Pierce, Edward Elisha. R.I. 

Pierce, George Francis. Mass. 

Pierce, George Williams. N.Y. 

Pierce, Jacob Willard. Mass. 

PiERSON, Alexander Lewis Hodgdon. Md. 

PiERSON, James Rhodes. N.Y. 

Pierce, Jonathan FR.'iNKLiN. Wis. 

PiLLOT, Peter Stuy\-esant. N.Y. 

PiLLSBURY, Albert Smith. Mass. 

Pillsbury, Rosecrans William. N.H. 

Pinkney, Cornelius Sidell. N.Y. 

Pitman, Charles Frank. N.H. 

Plant, Morton Freeman. N.H. 

Platt, Walter Brewster. Md. 

Pleasants, Henry. Pa. 

Plimpton, Howard Daniel. Wis. 

Plume, Henry Blackman. Conn. 

Plume, James Ives. N.Y. 

Plumer, David Bowdoin. N.J. 

Plympton, Gilbert Motier. N.Y. 

PoiLLON, Arthur. N.Y. 

Poillon, John Edward. N.Y. 

PoiLLON, William. N.Y. 

Polk, Isaac Hilliard. Cal. 

Pollock, Edwin Taylor. Cal. 
Pomeroy, George Eltweed. N.Y. and Ohio. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



General No. 

3095 PoMEROv, Robert Watson. 

II Pond, Ch.arles Hobby. 
1009 Pond, Edwin Watson. 
171 Pond, Nicholas Misplee. 
1 109 Pond, Virgil Clarence. 

14 Pond, Winthrop. 
2195 Pool, Eugene Hillhouse. 
1150 Pool, Marvin Bemis. 
3264 Pope, Percival Wentvvorth. 
2356 Pope, William Hayes. 
1568 Porter, Alexander Sylvanus, Jr. 
3052 Porter, Augustus Dru.m. 
19S1 Porter, George Loring. 

Porter, Horace. 

Porter, Peter Augustus. 

Porter, Peter Augustus, Jr. 

Porter, Valentine Mott. 

Porter, Willard Hall, Jr. 

Post, Frank Truman. 

Postell, John Cunningham. 

PosTLEY, Sterling. 

Potts, Charles Edwin. 

PoucHER, John Wilson. 

Poultney, Walter de Curzon. 

Power, Charles McIlrath. 

Power, George Center. 

Prall, William. 

Pratt, Alexander Dallas Bache. 

Pratt, Dallas Bache. 

Pratt, Herman W.^^shington. 

Prentice, Samuel Oscar. 

Prentiss, Nathaniel Appleton. 

Prentiss, Samuel Loomis. 

Prentis, Edward. 

Prescott, Frank Clarke. 

Preston, Deming Haven. 

Price, Alfred Bryant. 

Price, Eli Kirk. 

Pri.me, Frederick. 

Primrose, John Selby. 

Prince, Charles John. 

Prince, L. Bradford. 

Proctor, Frederick Towne. 
287 



ATE SOC. 

N.Y. 
N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Conn. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

III. 

Mass. 

Ga. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 
Conn. 

N.J. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Del. 

Wash. 

Ga. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Md. 
Minn. 
Minn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 
Conn. 

N.Y. 
Minn. 
Conn. 

Cal. 
III. 

N.Y. 
Pa. 
Pa. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



Generai 


.No. 


State Soc. 


II7I 


Proctor, Thomas Redfield. 


N.Y. 


3945 


Prouty, D wight Mortimer. 


Mass. 


2467 


Frovoost, John Moffat. 


N.Y. 


1018 


PuGH, Achilles Henry. 


Ohio. 


4156 


Putnam, Douglas. 


Ohio. 


1076 


Putnam, George Franklin. 


Mass. 


836 


Putnam, George J.acob. 


Mass. 


4596 


Putnam, John Bvron. 


N.Y. 


3397 


Putnam, Ralph Wright. 


Vt. 


3398 


Putnam, \^'arren Edward. 


Vt. 


4388 


Quackenbos, John Duncan. 


N.Y. 


141 1 


Quay, Andrew Gregg Curtin. 


Minn. 


1801 


QUINCY, JOSIAH. 


Mass. 


1312 


Quisenberry-, Anderson Chenault. 


Ky. 


3154 


Raborg, H. Mason. 


N.Y. 


1599 


Raborg, Thomas Mason Thomson. 


N.Y. 


3162 


Rainforth, Selden Irwin. 


N.Y. 


4274 


Ranney, Frederick Tappan. 


Mich. 


2640 


Rathbone, Richard Fanning Loper. 


N.Y. 


ii8o 


Rawlings, Carroll Crary. 


N.Y. 


916 


Rawson, Edward Stephen. 


Ohio. 


3068 


Raymond, George Lansing. 


D.C. 


4187 


Raymond, Henry Warren. 


Pa. 


3191 


Re.^d, Charles French. 


Mass. 


304 


Read, Harmon Pumpelly'. 


N.Y. 


3700 


Read, Robert Leland. 


Mass. 


522 


Reade, Philip. III., Mass., and Wis. 


4133 


Reed, C. A. L. 


Ohio. 


19 


Reed, Henry Bidlack. 


N.Y. 


2556 


Reed, Ja.mes. 


Mass. 


2777 


Reed, James Herbert. 


Mass. 


116 


Reed, James Monroe. 


N.Y. 


2754 


Reed, Latham Gallup. 


N.Y. 


3292 


Reid, William Magraw. 


Mo. 


3408 


Reily-, George Wolf. 


Pa. 


2570 


Remich, Daniel Clark. 


N.H. 


543 


Remick, John Anthony. 


Mass. 


541 


Remick, Timothy. 


Mass. 


408 


Remsen, Phoenix. 


N.Y. 


2333 


Requa, Charles Howard. 


III. 


3598 


Requa, Robert Russell. 


N.Y. 


3349 


Reynolds, Frederick Pratt. 


D.C. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
. No. State Soc. 

Reyxolds, George Nelson. N.Y. 

Revmolds, John J.ay. N.Y. 

Rhinelander, Philip. N.Y. 

Rhinelander, T. J. Oakley. N.Y. 

Rhodes, Willlam Conrad. R.I. 

Rice, Arthur Noble. Mass. 

Rice, Edward Russell. N.Y. 

Rice, George Staples. Mass. 

Rich, Tho.m.as Phillips. Mass. 

Rich, William Taber. N.Y. 

Richards, Edward Osgood. N.Y. 

Richards, Elijah Loring. Mass. 

Richards, Frederick Barnard. N.Y. 

Richards, George Herbert. N.J. 

Richards, John Bion. R.I. 

Richardson, Albert Emore. Vt. 

Richardson, Frederick Albert. Vt. 

Richardson, George Herbert. Iowa. 

Richardson, Harry Alden. Del. 

Richardson, Samuel William. Mass. 

Richardson, William Eddy-. Minn. 

Richardson, William Streeter. Mass. 

Richmond, Edward Ansley". Ga. 

Richmond, Francis Coe. Ga. 

Ridgely, Franklin Lee. Mo. 

Ridgely', Henry Jr. Del. 

RiGGS, Manfred Moses. Mo. 

Riggs, Royal Edward Tru.mbull. N.Y. 

RiKER, Henry Ingersoll. N.Y. 

Riker, John Jackson. N.Y. 

Rittenhouse, David. D.C. 

Robbins, Leroy Kingsland. Mo. 

RoBBiNs, Rowland Ames. N.Y. 

Roberts, Cy-rus Swan. N.Y. 

Roberts, Henry-. Conn. 

Roberts, Joseph Banks. N.Y. 

Roberts, Richard Hubbard. N.Y. 

Robertson, Abram Heaton. Conn. 

Robertson, James Morris. N.J. 

Robie, Guy Scott. Ind. 

RoBiE, William Jewett. Ind. 

Robinson, Arthur Lee. Ky. 

Robinson, Beverly Randolph. N.Y. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



Gexera 


,L No. 




3158 


Robinson, Charles Bonnycastle. 


4241 


Robinson, Charles Bonnycastle, Jr. 


3955 


Robinson, Charles L. F. 


4618 


Robinson, Edward Wanton. 


2239 


Robinson, Eugene Nugent. 


3699 


Robinson, Henry Seymour. 


1785 


Robinson, Lewis Arms. 


3998 


ROBINSO 


iN, Roswell Raymond. 


3'i5 


Rockwell, Charles Lee. 


1528 


RocKwooD, Charles Greene. 


3663 


RoDES, ; 


Frank. 


4707 


RODES, , 


Joseph Henry. 


1922 


Rodney 


, John Henry. 


2715 


Roe, Charles Francis. 


157 


Roe, Fayette Washington. 


3262 


Roe, Frank Otheman. 


"55 


Rogers, 


Alfred Harrison. 




Rogers, 


Arthur Ross. 


1 102 


Rogers, 


Archibald. 


1388 


Rogers, 


Charles Butler. 


1741 


Rogers, 


Edmund James Armstrong. 


43" 


Rogers, 


Edward Kendall. 


4272 


Rogers, 


Fordyce Huntington. 


3555 


Rogers, 


Frederick Percival. 


4725 


Rogers, 


George Henry. 


3654 


Rogers, 


Harry Lovejoy. 


2346 


Rogers, 


Hubert Edward. 


442 


Rogers, 


James Slocum. 


2682 


Rogers, 


Ja.mes Smith. 


972 


Rogers, 


William Evans. 


1249 


Rollins, Edward Adolphus. 


2280 


Rollins, Frank West. 


4685 


Roosa, 


De \^^itt. 


3849 


Root, Charles Stevens. 


3531 


Root, Cyrus. 


979 


Root, Elihu. 


4653 


Root, George Frederick. 


4540 


Rosa, Nelson W. 


3"9 


Rose, Henry Brayton. 


3568 


Rose, John Carter. 


1360 


Ross, Erskine Mayo. 


2736 


ROWE, 


.'Arthur Everett. 


3909 


Rowla: 


ND, Henry. 



Ky. 

Ky. 

R.I. 

R.I. 

N.Y. 
Conn. 
Minn. 
Mass. 
Conn. 

N.J. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Del. 

N.Y. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 
Minn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Colo. 

N.Y. 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Minn. 
Minn. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Mich. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.H. 

N.Y. 

D.C. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
R.L 
Md. 

Cal. 
Mass. 

N.Y. 





MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 




Generai 


, No. 


State Soc. 


4158 


RoTCH, William. 


Mass. 


1658 


Rose, Landon Cabell. 


III. 


471 1 


Rogers, Edward Sidney. 


Ill, 


1293 


Rowland, Thomas Fitch, Jr. 


N.Y. 


4128 


RucKER, William Colby. 


Mass. 


3159 


RUGGLES, CH.4RLES HERMAN. 


Wis. 


37" 


Rumrill, Frank. 


Mass. 


4055 


RuNK, Louis Barcroft. 


Pa. 


3549 


Russell, Alexander Wilson, Jr. 


Pa. 


699 


Russell, Averley Claude Holmes. 


N.Y. 


3533 


Russell, Charles Copeland. 


Wis. 


3464 


Russell, Harry Browning. 


Mass. 


2329 


Russell, Talcott Huntington. 


Conn. 


2664 


Rust, Aloney Joseph. 


Minn. 


3695 


Rust, Edgar Carter. 


Mass. 


842 


Rust, Nathaniel Johnson. 


Mass. 


277 


Mickle-Saltonstall, Andrew Hutchins. 


N.Y. 


3844 


Salinas, Christopher Edward. 


Ga. 


1880 


Salter, Jasper Colton. 


N.Y. 


1814 


Sample, Nathaniel Welcher. 


Colo. 


3747 


Sanborn, John Eben. 


N.Y. 


3300 


Sanderson, William Kennedy. 


Me. 


3773 


Sands, Benjamin Jerome. 


N.Y. 


198 


Sands, Benjamin Aym.«. 


N.Y. 


3710 


Sands, Edward Parker. 


Mass. 


752 


Sands, James Thomas. 


Mo. 


4008 


Sanford, Frederic Fenton. 


Mich. 


4243 


Sanford, George Dunbar. 


N.Y. 


J3II 


Sanford, Henry Gansevoort. 


N.Y. 


3180 


Sanger, John Foster. 


Colo. 


"44 


Sanger, Joseph Prentice. 


D.C. 


153 


Sanger, William Cary. 


N.Y. 


3712 


Sargent, Christopher Smith. 


IND. 


3692 


Sargent, George Paull Torrence. 


IND. 


4381 


Sargent, James Findlay Torrence. 


iND. 


827 


Sargent, John Smith. 


III. 


239 


Satterlee, Francis LeRoy. 


N.Y. 


1097 


Satterlee, Herbert Livingston. 


N.Y. 


4063 


Saulsbury, Willard. 


Del. 


2668 


Saunders, Charles Gurley. 


Mass. 


3535 


Savage, Albert Russell. 


Me. 


462 


Savage, William Lyttleton. 


Pa. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. State Soc. 

2492 Savidge, George Patten. Mich. 

2491 Savidge, William. Mich. 

2273 Sawyer, Charles Francis. N.H. 

4417 Sav\'yer, Isaac Howe. Mo. 

213s Saw^-er, William Davis. N.H. 

3767 Saxe, Edward Thomas. N.Y. 

629 Saxton, Henry Dearborn. D.C. 

1320 Sayres, Edward Stalker. Pa. 

2158 Scales, John. N.H. 

3877 Schall, John Hubley. N.Y. 

4473 ScAMMON, Charles William. Vt. 

2516 Schauffler, William Gray. N.J. 

3101 ScHENCK, Charles Lott. N.Y. 

3045 SCHENCK, WiLLARD PARKER. N.Y. 

3094 SCHERMERHORN, ARTHUR FREDERIC. N.Y. 

162 SCHERMERHORN, CHARLES AUGUSTUS. ' N.Y. 

706 SCHERMERHORN, EDWARD GiBERT. N.Y. 

4547 SCHERMERHORN, J. MAUS. N.Y. 

103 SCHIEFFELIN, EUCENE. N.Y. 

101 SCHIEFFELIN, SCHUYLER. ' N.Y. 

102 SCHIEFFELIN, WiLLIAM JAY. N.Y. 

3714 ScHLEY, John Sullivan. Ga. 

705 SCHROEDER, JamES LANGDON. N.Y. 

4032 Schuyler, Philip Van Rensselaer. N.Y. 

4233 Schuyler, Sidney Schieffelin. N.J. 

3407 Schwartz, Frank Nicholson. Pa. 

3406 Schwartz, John Loeser. Pa. 

2453 Scott, Alexander Harvey. Pa. 

4571 Scott, Henry Edwards. ' Mass. 

1606 Scott, John Frederick. N.Y. 

2451 Scott, John Morin. Pa. 
3012 Scott, John Reed. Pa. 

2452 Scott, Lewis Allaire, Jr. Pa. 
1603 Scott, William Sherman. N.Y. 
1363 ScRANTON, Benjamin Hand. Mich. 

344 Scudder, Henry Townsend. N.Y. 

3377 Scudder, Marvi-n. : N.Y. 

3769 Scudder, Townsend. N.Y. 

1600 Seabury, Frederick Chandler. N.Y. 

4142 Seabury, William Marston. N.Y. 

44.51 Seaman, Frederick Augustus. N.Y. 

82 Seaman, Louis Livingston. N.Y. 

1451 Seamans, Frank Manning. Mass. 
292 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



General No. 

659 Sears, Clinton Brooks. 

4348 Sears, Frank Irving. 

1761 Sears, Henry Darrah. 

59 Sears, Walter Jesse. 

2635 Seaverns, Francis. 

4415 Secor, Horace, Jr. 

309S Sedgwick, Robert. 

3104 Sedgwick, Theodore. 

3974 Seeley, Frederick Sterling. 

4058 Senter, William. 

4280 Severance, Cordenio Arnold. 

2502 Sexton, Alonzo Gilbert. 

2608 Sexton, Arthur Taylor. 

1977 Seymour, George Dudley. 

4155 Seymour, Harry Platt. 

2498 Seymour, Henry Albert. 

3807 Seymour, McNeil Vernam. 

579 Seymour, Morris Woodruff. 

4608 Seymour, Walter Franxis. 

3753 Shailer, William Griggs. 

3882 Shannon, Richard Cutts. 

1272 Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

3357 Sharp, George Matthews. 

1555 Shattuck, Edward Horace. 

4144 Shaw, Charles Gray. 

3450 Shaw, Edward Arthur. 

4474 Shaw, Henry Bigelow. 

2212 Shaw, Henry Southworth. 

2848 Shaw, Oliver Warren. 

4078 Sheib, Samuel Henry. 

2970 Sheldon, Charles Lawrence. 

3672 Sheldon, Frank Farmly. 

2S91 Sheldon, Nelson Lewis. 

3874 Sheldon, Theodore Butler. 

3904 Shelton, Richard Theodore. 

284 Shelton, William Atwood. 

3602 Shepard, Augustus Dennis, Jr. 

3333 Shepard, Benjamin. 

3954 Shepard, Edward Martin. 

333 Shepard, Robert Fitch. 

4605 Shepherd, Edward Hawkes. 

3739 Shepley, George Leander. 

2832 Sherman, Roger. 

293 



State Soc. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Minn. 

Conn. 

Me. 

Minn. 

Wis. 

Wis. 

Conn. 

Me. 

D.C. 

Minn. 

Conn. 

R.L 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Md. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Mass. 

Minn. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

III. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

R.I. 

R.I. 

, III. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



General No. 

1891 Sherman, William Watts. 

2964 Sherrill, Charles Hitchcock. 

598 Shipman, Arthur Leffingwell. 

389+ Shirley, Rufus George. 

1021 Shoemaker, Frederick Bellinger. 

498 Shoemaker, Michael Mvers. 

3295 Shoemaker, Murray Marvin. 

909 Shoemaker, Robert Henry. 

2601 Short, Charles Lancaster. 

4019 Short, Charles W. 

4020 Short, John Cleves. 

1 131 Shuart, William Herbert. 

2551 Shurtleff, Howard Livingstone. 

4326 SiKEs, Frederick Gilbert. 

326 Sill, Frederick Schroeder. 

1808 Sill, Howard. 

349 Sill, John Targee. 

4150 Silvester, Learoyd. 

3885 Simmons, Joseph Ferris. 

2098 Simmons, Samuel Sweet. 

3279 Simmons, Walter Everett. 

1623 Simons, William C. 

3967 Si.MPSON, Frank Bbadford. 

3914 Sinclair, Henry Harbinson. 

330 Skidmore, William Lemuel. 

3988 Skinner, Charles M.ather. 

1873 Skinner, Henry Whipple. 

2301 Skinner, James Henry. 

778 Skinner, William Converse. 

4154 Slauson, John Whiting. 

3195 Sleeper, Stephen Westcott. 

4276 Sloane, John. 

3134 Sloane, William. 

2984 Slocum, Elliott Truax. 

1008 Slocum, Herbert Jermain. 

869 Slocu.m, Joseph Jermain. 

4568 Smith, Albert York. 

3301 Smith, Augustus Ledy-ard, Jr. 

3272 Smith, Bayard Marston. 

2792 Smith, Benjamin Wilson. 

561 Smith, Bradish Johnson. 

21 1 1 S.MiTH, Charles E.astwick. 

4633 S.MITH, Clarence Wilbur. 

294 



State Soc. 

N.Y. and R.L 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

N.Y. 

Ohio. 

Ohio. 

Ohio. 

Ohio. 

Mass. 

Ohio. 

Ohio. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

III. 

N.Y. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Wis. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Cal. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Mich. 

Minn. 

Conn. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mich. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

PA, 

Me. 

N.Y. 

I NO. 

Conn. 

Minn. 

N.Y. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

3684 Smith, Curtis Nve. Colo. 

26S3 Smith, Dudley Wetmore. Mich. 

45+1 Smith, Dxvight. N.Y. 

1784 Smith, Edward Barnum. Minn. 

2412 Smith, Edward Curtis. Vt. 

3353 Smith, Forrest Starr. N.H. 

1238 Smith, Francis Lee. Va. 

4615 Smith, Frederick Esterbrook, Jr. r.I. 

2563 Smith, George Gregory. Vt. 

1627 Smith, George Henry. Mass. 

3246 Smith, George Kimball. Mo. 

2247 Smith, George William. N.Y. 

4413 Smith, George William. N.Y. 

3696 Smith, Hamilton. Mo. 

4315 Smith, Harvey Blatchford. Minn. 

1696 Smith, Harvey Gushing. Mass. 

4306 Smith, Henry Edwin. Minn. 

2430 Smith, Henry Erskine. N.Y. 

1971 Smith, Herbert Knox. Conn. 

2479 Smith, Howard Caswell. N.Y. 

3491 Smith, Irwin McDowell. Ohio. 

3314 Smith, Joshua Ballard. N.H. 

4342 Smith, Joshua Ernest. Del. 

3893 Smith, Justin Harvey. N.H. 

3312 Smith, L. Bertrand. N.Y. 

291 Smith, Lewis Bayard. N.Y. 

2297 Smith, Marion McAllister. R.L 

4475 Smith, Orson. III. 

391 Smith, Philip Henry Waddell. N.Y. 

1260 Smith, Philip Sherwood. N.Y. 

3722 Smith, Ralph Lancaster. Mo. 

647 Smith, Robert Atwater. D.C. 

3830 S.MiTH, Rogers M. Ky. 

3917 Smith, Roland Cotton. D.C. 

4689 Smith, Stephen Munn. N.J. 

S79 Smith, Thomas Edward Vermilye. Conn. 

3151 Smith, Thomas Guilford. N.Y. 

3525 Smith, Thomas Herbert. III. 

4631 Smith, Thomas Kilby. Pa. 

3354 Smith, William Dickinson Grisvvold. N.H. 

1395 Smith, William Farnam. Neb. 

1328 Smith, William Rudolph. Pa. 

2877 Smith, William Stark. Wis. 

295 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

426i Smith, William Walker. Ohio. 

1660 Smith, Wyllys King. III. 

1337 SPELLING, Samuel. Mass. 

3067 Snow, Edgar Morton. III. 

4681 Snow, John Livingston. N.Y. 

3016 Snow, Louis Franklin. R.I. 

4231 Snow, William Brown. Mass. 

3841 Snyder, Charles Edward. N.J. 

4385 Snitier, Louis Virtue. N.Y. 

3816 SoLis, Andrew Jackson. Mass. 

2223 SouLE, Horace Homer, Jr. Mass. 

3922 Sparrow, Jackson Wolcott. Ohio. 

3543 Spaulding, John W.alker. Me. 

763 Spencer, Horatio Nelson. Mo. 

428 Spencer, John Thompson. Pa. 

183 Spencer, Lorillard. N.Y. 

4396 Spencer, Selden. Mo. 

762 Spencer, Selden Palmer. Mo. 

2642 Spies, Henry Hull. N.Y. 

128 Spofford, Paul Nelson. N.Y. 

1044 Spooner, Frank Eugene. III. 

1653 Spoor, John Alden. III. 

S25 Sprague, Frank William. M.iSS. 

4320 Spr.\gue, George Everett. Mass. 

2442 Sprague, Phineas Warren. M.ass. 

4691 Sprague, Rufus William. Mass. 

1467 Stafford, William Frederick. N.Y. 

309 Standish, Myles. M.ass. and N.Y. 

3447 Stanley, Alix Welch. Conn. 

3446 Stanley, Charles Brown. Conn. 

3595 Stanton, Frank McMillan. N.Y. 

2086 Stanton, Josiah Rumball. Cal. 

2796 Starkwe.^ther, Frank Henry. III. 

469 Starr, Isaac, Jr. P.\. 

1 63 1 Starr, Louis. Pa. 

2172 Starr, William James. Wis. 

2829 Start, Charles Monroe. Minn. 

1692 Stearns, Albert Henry. Mass. 

3854 Stearns, Foster Waterman. Mass. 

3985 Stearns, Frank Waterman. Mass. 

i8i6 Stearns, Frederick Maynard. Mass. 

2724 Stearns, John Lloyd. Colo. 

4037 Stearns, John Noble, Jr. N.Y. 
296 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. State Soc. 

3161 Stebbins, Albert Kellogg. Wis. 

1492 Stedman, Charles James. Ohio. 

4443 Steinmetz, Spencer Janney. Mass. 

4638 Stein, Simon Gerberich. Mo. 

3856 Stephens, Thomas Conklin. N.Y. 

1556 Stetson, Caleb Rochford. D.C. 

1434 Stetson, George Rochford. D.C. 

1262 Stevens, Clarence Winthrop. N.Y. 

4339 Stevens, Frederic Beckvvith. Mich. 

12S2 Stevens, Frederick Bliss. N.Y. 

3344 Stevens, Harry Appleton. Mass. 

1471 Stevens, John Bright. N.Y. 

4646 Stevens, John Conyngham. Pa. 

2845 Stevens, John Walter. Minn. 

2993 Stevens, Solon Withed. Mass. 

3267 Stevens, William Studley Bartlett. Mass. 

4514 Stevenson, John McAllister. Mass. 

137 Stevenson, William Paxton. N.Y. 

1305 Stewart, Henry Pierce. N.Y. 

1782 Stewart, Jeremiah Clark. Minn. 

3570 Stewart, Joseph Adger. Ky. 

4709 Stewart, Joseph King. Ky. 

3215 Stewart, Philip Battell. Colo. 

4479 Stewart, Ralph William. Cal. 

2347 Stewart, William Dingnall. N.Y. 

500 Stickney, George Henry. Md. 

3969 Stickney, Herbert Whiting. N.Y. 

2S24 Stickney, William Albert. Mo. 

4472 Stickney, William Brunswick Curry. Vt. 

4455 Stiles, James Arthur. Mass. 

3309 Stimson, Daniel McMartin. N.Y. 

3019 Stiness, Edward C. B. R.I. 

221 Stockbridge, Henry. Md. and N.Y. 

4283 Stockbridge, Henry, 3D. Mo. 

2919 Stockton, Bayard. NJ. 

3327 Stockton, John Wishart. Mass. 

2880 Stoddard, Francis Russell. N.Y. 

4103 Stoddard, Francis Russell, Jr. N.Y. 

371 Stokes, Anson Phelps. N.Y. 

2020 Stone, Charles Augustus. Mass. 

4449 Stone, Charles Francis, Jr. N.Y. 

1913 Stone, Charles Wellington. Mass. 

1566 Stone, Jacob. Minn. 
297 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. State Soc. 

176+ Stoxe, William Eben. Mass. 

3089 Storer, Ebenezer. N.Y. 

2599 Storer, John Humphreys. Mass. 

2508 Storm, Clarence. N.Y. 

190 Story, Henry Grafton. N.Y. 

191 Story, Joseph Grafton. N.Y. 
1766 Stout, John Kennedy. Wash. 
4282 Stowell, William Henry Harrison. Minn. 
3000 Stratton, Charles Edwin. Mass. 
3S19 Stratton, Solomon Piper. Mass. 
3103 Stringer, Edward Charles. Minn. 

201 Stringer, George Alfred. N.Y. 

3307 Strong, Alan Hartwell. N.J. 

3026 Strong, Charles Hall. Ga. 
936 Strong, Donald Watkins. N.Y. 

472+ Strong, Harry Carter. Minn. 

H25 Strong, Theron George. N.Y. 

2876 Strong, William James Henry. Wis. 

896 Strong, William Wolcott. Wis. 

3630 Stryker, Samuel Stanhope. Pa. 

1261 Stryker, Thomas Hubbard. N.Y. 

3021 Studley, John Edward. R.I. 

1975 Sturges, Henry Cady. Conn. 

3027 Sturtevant, Henry De.xter. III. 
1189 Buckley, Robert Bowne. N.Y. 
4220 Sullivan, Andrew McClure. Mo. 
4437 SuTER, Henderson. D.C. 
2602 Sutton, Eben. M.ms. and Md. 

174 SuiDAM, Walter Lispenard. N.Y. 

2674 Swain, Julius Curtis. Mass. 

2444 Swain, Julius Marshall. Mass. 

4130 Swain, William Newman. Mass. 

2351 Swan, Edward Henry. N.Y. 

3325 Swan, Reuben Samuel. Mass. 

3217 Swan, Robert Otis. N.Y. 

3473 SwARTwouT, Frank Austin. D.C. 

3521 SwEETZER, Arthur Leslie. Mass. 

4722 SwiFT, George Damon. Minn. 

1620 Swift, Henry Walton. Mass. 

1937 Swift, Joseph. Del. 

1934 Swift, William Henry. Del. 

4530 Swisher, Benjamin Franklin. Ia. 

1536 Swisher, Stephen Alfred. Iowa. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

Genebal No. 

2816 Swords, Edward Jekner. 

57 Swords, Henry Cotheal. 

1594 SvMOXDS, Charles Stanley. 

2029 Taft, Charles Phelps. 

3993 Tainter, Frank Stone. 

3072 Talbot, Archie Lee. 

2623 Talbot, Joel Francis. 

7S1 T.almage, Robert Swartwout. 

2216 Tapley, Henry Fuller. 

1240 Tapscott, John Shurman. 

4550 Tate, Magnus A. 

2566 Taylor, Carter Berkeley. 

3716 T.-\ylor, Charles Henry, Jr. 

451 1 Taylor, Ewing. 

44S2 Taylor, Ezra Wilmarth Bartlett. 

1047 Taylor, Hobart C. Chatfield. 

2568 Taylor, John Bonsall. 

2007 TA-ixoR, John Metcalf. 

1889 Taylor, John Myers. 

1550 Ta\t,or, John Yeatman. 

4207 Taylor, Llo-i-d Berthrong. 

23 1 1 Taylor, Oscar Livingstone. 

695 TA-ixoR, Washington Irving. 

4544 Teed, Freeman Golding. 

361S Tefft, Erastus Theodore. 

4713 Temple, Herbert Mortimer. 

2804 Tenney, Charles Henry. 

2776 Tenney, Daniel Gleason. 

3490 Terry, Alvah La Mar. 

4120 Terry, Eliphalet Bradford. 

336 Terry, George Davis. 
2861 Terry, John Taylor. 
2671 Thayer, Charles Irving. 
4729 Thayer, Edwin Alston. 
2909 Thayer, Frank Andros. 
3177 Thayer, Rufus Calvin. 

337 Thebaud, Paul Gibert. 
3657 Theopold, Herbert Cotton. 
1361 Thom, Cameron Erskine. 

218 Thom, William Henry DeCourca* Wright. 

219 Tho.mas, Douglas Ha.milton. 

1 168 Tho.mas, Douglas Hanhlton, Jr. 

3741 Thomas, Frank R.\y. 

299 



N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Omo. 

D.C. 

Me. 

III. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Md. 

Ohio. 

Pa. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

III. 

P.\. 

Conn. 

N.Y. 

D.C. 

III. 

Minn. 

N.Y. 

Cal. 

N.Y. 

Minn. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Kr. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Minn. 

N.Y. 

Colo. 

N.Y. 

Minn. 

Cal. 

Md. and N.Y. 

Md. and N.Y. 

Md. 

Mass. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. State Soc. 

85 1 Thomas, George Cummins. N.J. 

2S92 Thomas, Houston Abdison. Mass. 

2532 Thomas, Howard Van Syckel. N.Y. 

3364 Thomas, Robert McKean. N.Y. 

211 Thompson, Abijah. M.\ss. 

1510 Thompson, Clifton Sharp. Colo. 

1452 Thompson, Eben Francis. Mass. 

4644 Thompson, Eustis. Md. 

4065 Thompson, Henry Burling. Del. 

870 Thompson, Hoeart Warren. N.Y. 

42S9 Thompson, Mackey James. Minn. 

4399 Thomas, John Lilburn. Mo. 

817 Thompson, John Taliaferro. Neb. 

2728 Thompson, Norman Frederick. III. 

4334 Tho.mpson, Royal Wheeler. D.C. 

2688 Thompson, William Baker. D.C. 

318 Thompson, William Prall. N.Y. 

797 Thomsen, Alonzo Lilly. Md. 

1346 Thomsen, Herman Ivah. Md. 

1345 Thomsen, John Jacob. Md. 

2023 Thomson, Arthur Cecil. Mass. 

2252 Thomson, George Mortimer. N.Y. 

2253 Thomson, Giraud Foster. N.Y. 
1844 Thorndike, Augustus Larkin. Mass. 

9S2 Thorne, Joel Wolfe. N.Y. 

2131 Thorne, John Calvin. N.H. 

1887 Thorne, Robert. N.Y. 

4655 Thresher, Henry Gilbert. R.I. 

195 Throckmorton, Charles Wickliffe. N.Y. 

4151 Thurston, John Henry. Mass. 

2653 Thurston, Nathaniel Blunt. N.Y. 

4122 Thurston, Rogers Clark Ballard. Ky. 

4721 Thurston, Theodore Payne. Minn. 

1285 TiLDEN, John Packwood. N.Y. 

2159 TiLTON, George Henry. X.II. 

2330 TiNGLEY, Witter Kinney. Conn. 

996 ToBEY, Frank B.\ssett. III. 

3076 ToBEY, RuFUS Babcock. Mass. 

1 1 96 Todd, Charles Henry-. Ky. 

2917 Todd, George Davidson. Ky. 

3639 Todd, Thomas. Mass. 

3640 Todd, Thomas, Jr. Mass. 
1 701 ToLMAN, William Savvter. Mass. 

30 Tomlinson, Charles Abraham. Conn. 
300 



945 



2789 
4163 
396S 
4392 
4393 
31 
1408 
4048 
i6o4 
2473 



4636 
10 
63 

493 
3416 
3926 
4369 
4659 

366 
3356 

780 
1506 
4671 
2013 

376 
3179 
1615 

830 
24 
3172 
3506 
3504 
3505 
2852 

908 
3303 
3686 
2598 
1276 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
Sfo. State Soc. 

ToMLiNsoN, John Canfield, N.Y. 
ToMPKiN's, Hamilton Bullock. N.Y. and R.I. 

TOPHAM, Theophilus. R.I. 

TORBERT, WiLLARD HoRATIO. IOWA. 

Torrance, Ell. Minn. 

Torrence, George Paull. Ind. 

ToTTEN, John Reynolds. N.Y. 

TowNSEND, Edwin Somarindyck. N.Y. 

Townsend, Isaac Holbrook. N.Y. 

TowNSEND, James Hill. N.Y. 

Townsend, John. Minn. 

Traphagen, Frank Weiss. Colo. 

Treadwell, George Curtis. N.Y. 

Treat, Erastus Buck. N.Y. 

Treat, James Wilber. Mo. 

Tredwell, Henry Hewlett. N.Y. 

Trenchard, Edward. N.Y. 

Trevor, Henry Graff. N.Y. 

Trippe, Andrew Cross. Md. 

Trippe, James McConky. Md. 

Trowbridge, Edmund Quincy. Conn. 

Trowbridge, Hayes Quincy. Conn. 

Trowbridge, Rutherford. Conn. 

Trowbridge, Samuel Breck Parkman. N.Y. 

Tru.man, Henry Hertel. N.J. 

Trumbull, Jonathan. Conn. 

Trumbull, Frank. N.Y. 

TUCKERMAN, BaYARD. N.Y. 

Tuck, Philemon Hallam. Md. 

Tucker, Gilman Henry*. N.Y. 

Tucker, John Speed. Colo. 

Tucker, William Francis. Minn. 

Tucker, William Rucgles. III. 

Tufts, Walter Brownell. N.Y. 

Tupper, James Brainerd Taylor. D.C. 

Turner, Everett Pendleton. Mass. 

Turner, Herbert Bryant. Mass. 

Turner, Howard Chubbuck. Mass. 

Turner, Joseph Brown. Del. 

Turner, Luther Guiteau. Conn. 

Turner, Philip Foster. Me. 

TuRPiN, Fr\nk Blair. Cal. 

TuTTLE, Albert. Vt. 

Tuttle, Daniel Sylvester. Mo. 
301 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

862 TuTTLE, Frank Day. N.Y. 

4402 TuTTLE, Henry Solomon. Mo. 

1542 TuTTLE, Joseph Farrand, Jr. Colo. 

3346 Tweedy, Frank. D.C. 

2614 Ty-ler, Edward Royall. Mass. 

2916 Tyler, George Trotter. Pa. and Ky. 

911 Tyler, Sidney Frederick. Pa. 

477 Tyson, Anthony Morris. Md. 

2662 Tyson, Malcolm Van Vechten. Md. 

1379 Underhill, Francis T. N.Y. 

872 Underhill, Frederic Edgar. N.Y. 

1926 Underwood, Herbert Wight. Wis. 

169s Upham, Charles Clifton. Mass. and N.Y. 

1512 Upham, Edward Darwin. Colo. 

901 Upham, Frederic William. III. 

1706 Upham, Henry Macy. Mass. 

4232 Upham, Henry Warren. Mass. 

1050 Upham, Willi a.vi Henry. Wis. 

3459 Upson, William Ford. N.J. 

191 5 Usher, Ellis Baker. Wis. 

940 Vail, Henry Hobart. N.Y. 

1540 Vaile, Joel Frederick. Colo. 

3463 Vaill, Edward Griswold. Me. 

2770 Vaill, Frederick Sturdivant. Me. 

382 Valentine, Samuel Hempstead. N.Y. 

1678 Van Amringe, Guy-. N.Y. 

3604 Van Buren, Laurens Hardy. N.Y. 

184 Van Cortlandt, Robert Bunch. N.Y. 

1666 Vander Veer, Edgar Albert. N.Y. 

1207 Van Dyke, Harry Weston. D.C. 

3679 Van Gtri"SLiNG, George Edmund. Mass. 

45S1 Van Nostrand, Benjamin Tredwell. N.Y. 

2459 Van Patten, William James. Vt. 

4572 Ver Planck, Edward Durerow. Mass. 

1250 Van Rensselaer, Augustus Cortlandt. N.Y. 

74 Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt Schuyxer. N.Y. 

178 Van Rensselaer, Eugene. N.Y. 

4215 Van Schaick, Arthur P.atton. III. 

4216 Van Schaick, Harrison Ludington. III. 
3030 Van Syckel, Nehemiah Dunham. Pa. 
1252 Varnum, Robert Taylor. N.Y. 

648 Vaughan, George Tully. D.C. 
302 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
Generai. No. State Soc. 

3102 Veazey, Duncan. Md. 

2757 Ver.milye, Frederic Montgomery. N.Y. 

1529 Vernon, William Bryan. N.J. 

99 Ver Planck, William Gordon. N.Y. 

1267 VooRHEES, William Perrine. Mo. 

2S43 Wade, Alfred Byers. N.Y. 

2553 Wade, Benjamin Franklin. Minn. 

2S90 W.ADE, Henry Francis. Mass. 

2950 Wade, Herbert Treadwell. N.Y. 

2305 Wade, James Franklin. Minn. 

2313 W.ade, John Parsons. Minn. 

944 Wagstaff, Cornelius DuBois. N.Y. 

4188 Wainwright, Clement Reeves. Pa. 

2787 Wainwright, Francis King. Pa. 

88 Wainwright, William Pratt. N.Y. 

1965 Wakeman, Robert Peel. Conn. 

143 Walbridge, Thomas Chester. N.Y. and Pa. 

1879 Walcott, Arthur Stuart. N.Y. 

2264 Walcott, Frederic Collin. N.Y. 

2639 Waldo, Rhinelander. N.Y. 

4506 Wales, Joseph Patten. Del. 

3242 Walker, Bry"ant. Mich. 

316 Walker, Gustavus Adolphus. N.Y. 

3048 Walker, Isaac Henry. N.Y. 

4705 Walker, John Baldwin. N.Y. 

714 Walker, John Garland. Va. 

3709 Walker, Joseph. Mass. 

3638 Walker, Joseph Burbeen. N.H. 

2374 Walker, Stoughton. Mo. 

2965 Walker, William Macy. N.Y. 

604 Walker, Williston. Conn. 

3959 Wallace, Elliott Lambert. D.C. 

3702 Waller, Robert Ti'ler. Ga. 

3529 Walling, William English. Ind. 

1098 Walsh, Samuel Armstrong. N.Y. 

3656 Walton, Charles Strong. Cal. 

294 Ward, Aaron. N.Y. 

2177 Ward, Brownlee Robertson. Conn. 

1939 Ward, Christopher Longstreth. Del. 

3175 Ward, Frederick Wood. Vt. 

3174 Ward, Henry Landon. Vt. 

4283 Ware, Edwin Morton. Minn. 

303 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

4286 Ware, George Bertram. Minn. 

1072 Ware, Horace Everett. Mass. 

4.2S4 Ware, Howard Fithian. Minn. 

4285 Ware, Robert Leslie. Minn. 

4295 Wardwell, Walter Chalk. Mass. 
1547 Waring, Thomas Pinckney. Ga. 

496 Warner, Culbreth Hopewell. Md. 

546 Warner, Frank Edwards. Mass. 

35S0 Warren, Albert Cyrus. Mass. 

247S Warren, Charles Elliot. N.Y. 

2898 Warren, Henry M.ather. Pa. 

559 Warren, Herbert Cleveland. Conn. 

4296 Warren, John Broadfield. Mass. 
3958 Warren, Joseph Draper. R.I. 
3585 Warren, Nathan. Mass. 
2483 Warren, Walter Phelps. N.Y. 
1477 Warren, William Young. N.Y. 
2312 Washburn, William Drew. Minn. 

3S6 Washburn, William Ives. N.Y. 

993 Washburne, Hempstead. III. 

874 Washington, Hugh Vernon. Ga. 

4101 \\'ashington, Willia.m Lanier. N.Y. 

3198 Water.man, Frank Sturtevant. Mass. 

2279 W.-iTER.MAN, Lucius. N.H. 

4:351 Waters, John Seymour Taliaferro. Md. 

2585 W.ATKINS, DeLancey Walton. N.Y. 

208 W.ATKINS, Walter Kendall. Mass. 

156 Watmough, James Horatio. N.Y. 

464 Watmough, John G. Pa. 

4017 W.atrous, Charles Leach. Ia. 

130S W.\tson, Charles Pixley. N.Y. 

4217 Watson, Irving Allison. N.H. 

3135 Watson, Preston. N.Y. 

1273 Watson, Samuel Newell. Ohio. 

374 Watson, William Henry. N.Y. 

429 Wayne, William, Jr. Pa. 

1232 Wead, Leslie Clark. Mass. 

4239 Weare, John. III. 

204 Webb, Alexander Stewart. N.Y. 

Webb, Henry Walter. Vt. 

Webb, James W.atson. Vt. 

Webb, John Sidney. D.C, 

Webb, William Clarke. N.Y. 
304 



4331 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

General No. State Soc. 

2931 Webb, William Edward. N.Y. 

730 Webb, William Seward. Vt. 

4330 Webb, William Seward, Jr. Vt. 

32S0 Webber, William Oliver. Mass. 

3952 Webster, Edmund Kirby. N.H. 

36S Webster, Frank Daniel. N.Y. 

29S2 Webster, George Barry. Mo. 

623 Webster, William Reuben. Conn. 

1390 Weed, George Standish. N.Y. 

3606 Weisse, Faneuil SLm)AM. N.Y. 

3815 \A'ELD, Charles Richmond. Mass. 

145S Weld, DeWitt Clinton. N.Y. 

967 Weld, DeWitt Clinton, Jr. N.Y. 

3999 Weld, George Francis. Mass. 

130 Welles, Benjamin. N.Y. 

981 Welles, Charles Edwin. N.Y. 

2061 Welles, Le.muel Aiken. N.Y. 

3145 Welles, Roger. Conn. 

3047 Welling, Richard Ward Greene. N.Y. 

4043 Wellington, Jon.\s Francis. Mass. 

2610 Wellman, James Albert. N.H. 

375 Wells, Charles Nassau. N.Y. 

1727 Wells, Eben Freme. Minn. 

2449 Wells, Frank Richardson. Vt. 

2420 Wells, Frederick Howard. Vt. 

4390 Wells, Frederick Howard. N.Y. 

3651 Wells, Henry Journeay. Minn. 

2895 Wells, Henry Rogers. Minn. 

90 Wells, Thom.as Lawrence. N.Y. 

4438 Wells, Walton Augustine. D.C. 

1359 Welsh, Milton. Mo. 

3497 Welsh, Willard. Mass. 

32S6 Wendell, Barrett. ' Mass. 

2232 Wen'tworth, Moses Jones. III. 

2334 Wentworth, William Grafton. III. 

2314 Wenzell, Henry Burleigh. Minn. 

1734 Wesson, James Leonard. M.ass. 

2541 West, Charles Alfred. Mass. 

4444 Westfall, John Henry. Mass. 

509 Wetherbee, Winthrop. Mass. 

1 3 19 Wetherill, Charles. Pa. 

2406 Wetherill, Richard Benbridce. Ind. 

3667 Wetherill, Willia.m Chattin. Colo. 

3°5 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



Genera 


lNo. 


State Soc. 


1633 


Wharton, Bromley. 


Pa. 


3400 


Wharton, Charles, Jr. 


Pa. 


2365 


Wheeler, Benjamin Dudley. 


Iowa. 


3196 


Wheeler, Bertrand Thorp. 


Mass. 


373 


Wheeler, Edward Jonathan. 


N.Y. 


96S 


Wheeler, Everett Pepperrell. 


N.Y. 


4710 


Wheeler, Giles. 


N.H. 


624 


Wheeler, Ralph. 


Conn. 


1862 


Wheelock, Willlam Barker. 


III. and Ind. 


1234 


Wheelwright, Edmund March. 


Mass. 


319 


Whipple, Charles Henry. 


Minn. 


353 


Whistler, Garland Nelson. 


N.Y. 


2067 


Whitcomb, Lawrence. 


Mass. 


3876 


White, Alain Campbell. 


N.Y. 


2S69 


White, Edward Lupton. 


N.Y. 


4715 


White, Edwin. 


Minn. 


4335 


White, Fletcher. 


D.C. 


U50 


White, John Barber. 


Mo. 


4680 


White, Joseph Foster. 


Mass. 


1423 


White, William Chester. 


Minn. 


1570 


White, William Gardner. 


Minn. 


3445 


White, William Henry. 


Conn 


3189 


\\'hite, William Roland. 


M.ws. 


1331 


Whitehead, Cortlandt. 


Pa. 


75 


Whitehouse, James Norman de Rapelje. 


N.Y. 


3369 


Whitin, Ernest Stagg. 


N.Y. 


3088 


Whitin, Frederick Henry. 


N.Y. 


4428 


Whitmore, Charles Edward. 


Mass. 


1750 


Whitner, Charles Frank. 


Ga. 


1751 


Whitner, John Addison. 


Ga. 


297 


Whitney, Drake. 


N.Y 


777 


Whitney, Eli. 


Conn. 


1654 


Whitney, Eugene Wolcott. 


Ill 


2316 


Whitney, Frank Irving. 


Minn 


1406 


Whitney, Harry Edward. 


Minn 


1089 


Whitney, Warham. 


N.Y 


3754 


Whiton, James Bartlett. 


N.Y. 


4093 


Whitmore, Franklin Gray. 


Conn 


2612 


Whittemore, Arthur Gilman. 


N.H 


1006 


Whittemore, James Madison. 


Conn 


4699 


Whittemore, Laurence Johnson. 


Mich 


2998 


Whitwell, Frederick Silseee. 


Mass 


2S44 


Wickwire, Arthur \L\nley. 
306 


Minn. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
General No. State Soc. 

4152 WiCGiN, Arthur Meserve. Mass. 

Wight, William Ward. Wis. 

Wilbur, Rollin Henry. Pa. 

Wilcox, Frank Langdon. Conn. 

Wilcox, Howard Dutee. R.I. 

WiLco.x, Reynold Webb. N.Y. 

WiLLCox, Charles Henry. Ga. 

Wild, Benjamin Franklin. Mais. 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. Mo. 

Wilder, William Willis. Ga. 

Willard, James Le Baron. N.Y. 

WiLLARD, Martin Stevenson. Mass. 

Willcutt, Levi Lincoln. Mass. 

Willcutt, Levi Lincoln, Jr. Mass. 

Willets, Howard. N.Y. 

Williams, Borland. Mass. 

WiLLiA.MS, Charles Jarvis. Mass. 

Williams, David Evans. Pa. 

Williams, Francis Howard. Pa. 

Williams, George Goodwin. Conn. 

Williams, George Lombard. N.Y. 

Williams, Gordon. N.Y. 

Williams, Harrison. N.Y. 

Williams, Jared Irving. N.H. 

Williams, John Camp. N.J. 

Williams, John Davis. Mass. 

Williams, Joseph John Gurney. Pa. 

Williams, Josiah Randall. Fa. 

Williams, Mason Locke Weems. Md. 

Williams, Nathan Winslovv. Md. 

Williams, Nelson B. III. 

Williams, Ralph Blake. Mass. 

Williams, Samuel Burbank. N.Y. 

Williams, Samuel King. Ma;:;. 

Williams, William Smith GimNGi Md. 

Williams, Winslovv Tracy. Conn. 

Williamson, George DeWitt. N.^ . 

Williamson, Thomas Wilson. Md. 

Willing, George. Pa. 

Willis, Henry Augustus. Mass. 

Wills, Henry Le Breton. Colo. 

Wilson, Arthur Hervey. NLass. 

Wilson, Charles Hiram. Mas.i. 

3°7 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 



"37 


Wilson, Charles Robert. 


835 


WlLSO! 


<:, Fred Allan. 


3S26 


Wilson', George Hall. 


4360 


WlLSOI 


s, George W. 


2886 


Wilson, Henry Lane. 


480 


Wilson, John Appleton. 


2127 


Wilson, William Bowly. 


4325 


Winchester, Hen.'iy Carroll, Jr. 


3759 


WiNANT, Frederick. 


3748 


Wing, 


John Morgan. 


3761 


Wing, 


Louis Stuart. 


2072 


WiNSHip, William Henry. 


4403 


WiNSLOw, Arthur. 


33S7 


WiNSLOW, Erving. 


2S85 


WiNSLOw, George Scott. 


447S 


Winston, Bertram McIntosh. 


328 


WiNTHROP, GrENVILLE B.AYARD. 


2555 


Winton, William Cr.ay'ton. 


3164 


Wirgman, William Wayne. 


1947 


WisTER, Alexander Wilson. 


1323 


WisTER, Rodman. 


4164 


Withers, William Alphonso. 


4512 


WiTTHAUs, Guy Henry-. 


327 


Wodell, Silas. 


307S 


N'i'oLCOTT, Roger. 


2056 


Wood, 


Alfred Trenchard. 


539 


Wood, 


Alva Sylvanus. 


3C09 


Wood, 


Arnold. 


4706 


Wood, 


Arthur King. 


1496 


Wood, 


Charles Morgan. 


1495 


Wood, 


E. Morgan. 


4494 


Wood, 


Eric Fisher. 


1-39 


\A'OOD, 


Franc Ogil^'Y'. 


2766 


Wood, 


George Tv\'yman. 


2704 


Wood, 


John Henry. 


1329 


Wood, 


Joseph. 


120 


\^'COD, 


Marshall William. 


3742 


Wood, 


Spencer Shepard. 


397 


Wood, 


Thomas Nev\ton. 


4495 


Wood, 


William Benjamin. 


3222 


Woodbury, Charles Lincoln. 


3223 


Woodbury, Edward Philo. 


735 


Woodbury', Urban Andrain. 



State Soc. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Ky. 

Ind. 

Wash. 

Md. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Mass. 

III. 

N.Y. 

Minn. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Ohio. 

Ohio. 

N.Y. 

Colo. 

Ky. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Vt. 



MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
AL No. 

WooDiN, William Hart.man. 
Woodman, Walter I. 
Woodruff, Charles Hornblower. 
Woodruff, Edward Lowrey. 
Woodruff, Frederick Orr. 
Woodruff, Frederick Sanfdrd. 
Woodruff, Henry Gilbert. 
Woodruff, Thomas Adams. 
Woodward, Frank Ernest. 
Woodward, Sa.muel Walter. 
Woodward, William. 
Woodworth, Newell Bertram. 
Woolsey-, John Munro. 
WooLSEY, Theodore Salisbury. 
WooLsoN, Alvin Mansfield. 
WooLSON, Charles Amasa. 

WORTHINGTON, GeORGE. 

Wright, Harrison Baldwin. 
Wright, William Hammond. 
WURTS, Pierre Jay. 
Wyckoff, Charles Rapelyea, Jr. 
Wyckoff, Clarence Johnson. 
Wyeth, George Edward. 
Wy.man, Henry Purkitt. 
Wyman, Walter. 

Yardley, Farnham. 

Yates, Blinn. 

Yeomans, George Dallas. 

Yergason, Henry Christopher. 

Young, Edward Blake. 

Young, Francis Crissey. 



State Soc 

N.Y. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

III. 

Mass. 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Conn. 

Conn. 

Ohio. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

Cal. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

D.C. 

N.J. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 

Ohio. 
Minn. 

Colo. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS. 



WITH SERVICES AND DESCENDANTS. 



(ancestors in small caps, the numbers indicate the pages 
referred to.) 



A. G? H. A. Co., Abreviation for Member Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company of Boston. 



Abbey, Thomas, 1656-1728, En- 
field, Conn. Capt. Appleton's 
Co. Great Swamp Fight. 

Geer, Walter, 53. 

Woodruff, Frederick O., 115. 
Abbey, Lieut. Thomas, 1731-1811. 
In French and Indian Wars, 
i758-'6i. Corp., 1758. Lieut. 
i-6i. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 202. 
Abbott, Capt. John, Portsmouth, 
N. H. Capt. of vessel in Ex- 
pedition of 1706-7. 

Bennett, Larkin E., 116. 
Abeel, Johannis, 1667-1712, Al- 
bany, N. Y. Indian Commis- 
sion, i7o6-'i2. Mayor of Al- 
bany, i694-'95, i709-'io. Mem- 
ber of Assemblv, i695-'9S. 

Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 
Adams, Lieut. Henry, 1604-1676, 
Medfield, Mass. A. & H. A. 
Co., 1652. Lieut., Military 

Co., Medfield, . Fought 

in King Philip's War. Dep- 
uty', 1659, et seq. Killed at 
door of his house by Indians, 
Feb. 21, 1676. 

Parker, Edward H., 213. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Adams, John, 1621-1706, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Under Capt. 
Thomas Prentice, King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Clarke, George K., 117. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Wood, William B., 71. 

Adams, Ens. John, 1807. Ens. 

Associated Cos. of Buck's Co.," 
in Pa. Provincial Forces, 1756. 

Adams, Henry, 132. 



Adams, Capt. Michaei, 1707-1776. 
Killinglv, Conn. Capt., Conn. 
Militia." 
McFarland, George E,, 208. 
Ada.ms, Richard, i 726-1 Soo. Bur- 
gess for New Kent, Va., 1752- 
1765. Burgees for Henrico 
County, Va., 1769-1775. 
Adams, Gilmer S., 194. 
Adams, Capt-\in Samuel, 1689- 
174S, Boston. Assistant, 1741. 
Deputy, 1747-48. Member of 
the Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery Company, 1729. Lieu- 
tenant, 1737. Captain, . 

Kent, Daniel, 119. 
Albro, Maj. John, 1617-1712. 
Corp. in Colonial Militia, 
1661-66. Lieut., i675-'So. Capt., 
16S0, and Major. 
Pell, Howland, 78. 
Alcock, Dr. George, Roxbury, 
Mass. Member of Assembly, 
Mass. Bay Colony, i634-'37 
Thompson, Henry B., 217 
Alden, David, 1646-1719, Duxbury, 
Plymouth Colon}-, Mass. Dep- 
utv, 1690. 
Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Alden, John, 1599-1687. Last sur 
viving signer of the "May 
flower Compact." In Capt. 
Myles Standish's Duxbury Co. 
1643. Gov's. Asst., i632-'40 
'50, '86. Deputy, 1641-42, '44 
'49. Council of War, '46, et 
seq., Plymouth Col. Acting 
Dep. Gov., 1664, '77. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Baker, George F., 147. 
Brown, Philip G., 231. 
Chapman, Edwin N., 46. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Clark, Eliot A., 104. 

Crane, Roy E., 104. 

Delar.o, Mortimer, 48. 

Dewey, James F., 162. 

Dewey, Maurice W., 162. 

Dickerman, Frank E., 105. 

Hills, Joseph L., 163. 

Hinman, Edward C, 212. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Mersereau, John D., 198. 

Nightingale, George C, Jr., 223. 

Reed, Latham G., 78. 

Rogers, Edward S., 167. 

Shaw, Charles G., 65. 

Smith, William D. G., 157. 

Thayer, Charles I., 125. 

Treadwell, Henry H., 67. 

Van Nostrand, Benjamin T., 67. 

Wales, Joseph P., 218. 

Woodward, Frank E., 115 
Alexander, James, 1693-1756. 
King's Council, N. Y., 1721 — 
Council N. J., 1722. Secre- 
tary of Prov. N. Y. Surveyor- 
Gen, of East and West New 
Jersey. 

Du Bois, Ernest B., 19S. 

Allen. Benjamin, 1724 . In 

Capt. Phineas Steven's Co., 
1748-1750. Private in this 
company in garrison at No. 4 
(Charlestown, N. H.), from 
June 21, 1750 for over a year. 

Geer, Walter, 53. 
Allen, Corp. Edward, Jr., 1663- 
1740, Deerfield, Mass. In King 
William and Queen Anne's 
Wars. In 1707 in Expedition 
to Canada to redeem Indian 
captives. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 
Allen, Jedediah, 1646-1712, 
Shrewsbury, N. J. Assembly, 
1686-1703. 

Milne, Caleb J., Jr., 88. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
Allen, John, 1640-1675, North- 
ampton, Mass. Killed in King 
Philip's War at the Bloody 
Brook Fight, Deerfield, 1675. 

Allen, Oliver F., 42. 

Crane, Roy E., 104. 
Allen, Samuel, 1632-1703, Bridge- 



water, Mass. Deputy, 1693. 
In King Philip's War.' 

Allen, John J., 161. 

Allen, Marion S., 161. 

Kirk, Everett B., 190. 
Allerton, Dep.-Gov. Isaac, 1583- 
1659, Dep.-Gov., Plymouth 
Colony, i62i-'24. 

Carr, William, Jr., 45. 

Chapin, Clifford S., 116. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 

Woodman, \'\'alter I., 230. 
Allinc, Jomj, 1647-1717. Judge of 
the County Courts, 1704-1714, 
and Court of Probate, 1704- 
1716. Assistant, Col. of Conn,, 
1704-1716. Deputy for New 
Haven, 1685, 1692-1703, Mem- 
ber Governor's Council, 1707, 
et seq. 

Lines, Harvey K., 77. 

Allis, Lieut. V^^illiam, 1678. 

Cornet of the Hampshire 
Troop, 1663. Lieut, of Hamp- 
shire Co. Cavalry, Major 
John Pynchon, 1672. Lieut, of 
Hatfield Garrison, Nov., 1675. 
Associate Judge, Hampshire 
Co. Court, 1676-167S. 

Palmer, Charles H., 2d., 62. 
Allyn, Samuel, 1644-1726, Barn- 
stable, Mass In King Philip's 
War. Deputy, i682-'84. 

Greve, Cliiford, 177. 
Allyn, Thomas, 1680, Barn- 
stable, Mass. Military Co., 
1643, under Lieut. Thomas 
Dimraock. 

Greve, Clifford, 177. 
Almy, William, 1601-1676, Lynn, 
Mass., and Portsmouth, R. I. 
Assembly, R. L, i656-'57-'63. 

Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 

McGrath, John, 183. 
Andrews, Henry", 1652, Taun- 
ton, Mass. Deputy, 1639, et 
scq. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Ancell, Thomas, 1618-1694, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Deputy, R. I., 
i652-'53. 

Weld, George F., 126. 
Anthony, Capt. William, 1675- 
1759. Gov.'s Asst., R. I., 



WDEX OF AXCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



i7i7-'22-'30. Deputy, i709-'i6- 
'17. Capt., I7i6-'i7. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Appleton, Maj. SamueLj 1624- 
1696, Ipswich, Mass. Deputy, 
1668, et seq. Lieut., 1668. 
Capt., 1675. Maj. and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Mass. 
Troops, at Springfield, Hat- 
field, and Great Swamp Fight, 
1675. Sergt.-Maj. South Essex 
Regt., 1682. Deputy to Gen. 
Ct. Assistant, i68i-'86. Mem- 
ber of Council, i6S9-'92. 

Appleton, Charles B., 102. 

Appleton, Francis R., 4^. 

Sparrow, Jackson W., 183. 
Arms, Eliakim, 1737-1810. Deer- 
field, Mass. In the last French 
War. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 
Arms, William, 1654-1731. In the 
Falls Fight, King Philip's War, 
under Capt. William Turner. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 

McClintock, Emory, 151. 
Arnold, Gov. Bened:ct, 1615-1678. 
Gov. of R. I., 1657, et seq. 
Council of War, 1676; Com- 
missioner, i654-'63 ; Assistant, 
1655, el seq.; President of the 
Four Towns, 1657, et seq. 

Perry, Alexander, 62. 

Topham, Theophilus, 225. 
Arnold, Stephen, 1622-1699, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Deputy, 1664-65, 
et seq. Gov.'s Asst., 1672, et 
seq. 

Nickerson, Thomas W., 122. 
Arnold, William, 1587-1676, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Deputy, R. I., 
1661. Commissioner, 1661. 

Fitz Gerald, Desmond, 118. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 

Nickerson, Thomas W., 122. 
Ash, John, 1670-1706, Amesbury, 
Mass. Killed by Indians, 1706. 

Atwood, Luther, io2. 
Ashley, Major John, 1709-1802. 
Major of the South Hamp- 
shire Regt. Commanded troops 
for the Relief of Stockbridge 
and Pittsfield in 1754, and 
Fort William He.iry, 1757. 



Greenough, Henry W., 223. 

Greenough, William B., 223. 
Atherton, Maj. -Gen. Humphrey, 
1610-1661, Dorchester, Mass. 
Deputy 1638, et seq. Lieut., 
1645. Member Council of War, 
1645. Capt., 1646, and of the 
A. k H. A. Co., i650-'58. 
Speaker, 1653. Asst., i654-'6i. 
Maj. Mass. Forces, 1652. Com- 
manded expedition against the 
Narragansetts, 1650. Major- 
Gen., 1661. 

Atherton, William, 102. 

Hubbard, Elijah K., Jr., 135. 

Morrell, George C, in. 

Robinson, Rosv/ell R., 124. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Atherton, Lieut. Col. Peter, 
1705-1764. Representative to 
General Court of Mass. from 
Harvard, 1740-1764. Capt., 
First Co. of Second Worcester 
Regt. of Militia, and Lieut.- 
Col. of same Regt., 1762. 

Nichols, WiUard A., 202. 
Atwater, David, 1615-1692. Mem- 
ber of New Haven Night 
Watch, i647-'48. 

Suydam, Walter L., 79. 
Avery, Capt. James, 1620-1694, 
New London, Conn. Ens., Lieut, 
and Capt. In King Philip's 
War. Deputy, i656-'8o. 

Brookfield, Frank, 44. 

Reed, Latham G., 79. 

Robinson, Charles B., Jr., 195. 
Aver, Cornet Peter, 1633-1699. 
Cornet Haverhill Co. and 
Deputv, 1680, et seq., Col. of 
Mass. 'Bay. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 



Bacon, Col. Edward, 1716- 
Barnstable, Mass. Col., I 
stable Regt., 1775. 

Crocker, David, 104. 
B.4C0N, Nathaniel, 1614-1673, E 
stable, Mass. Deputy, 1652- 
Governor's Assistant, 1657- 
Meraber of Council of ' 
1658, 1667. 

Crocker, David, 104. 

Greve, Clifford, 177. 



783, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Badger, Sergt. John, 1643-1691, 
Newbury, Mass. In Capt. John 
March's Co., Essex North Regt., 
in expedition to Canada, 1690. 
Sergt. in Colonial forces. 
Richardson, William S., 113. 
Bagley, Ens. Orlando, 1655-1728, 
Amesbury, Mass. Ens., 16S0. 
Atwood, Luther, 102. 

Baker, Nicholas, 1678, Hing- 

ham, Mass. Deputy, 1636, '38. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Baker, Capt. Remember, 1740-1775. 
Served in Conn, troops, 1757- 
1758- 
Baker, Hugh P., 20S. 
Baker, Richard, 16S9, Dor- 
chester, Mass. Member A. & 

n. A. Co., 1658. 

Baker, Frederic W., 102. 

Baker, Ens. Timothy, 1647-1729, 
Northampton, Mass. In Capt. 
William Turner's Co., Falls 
Fight, 1676. Ens. of Foot under 
Capt. Cook, 1685. 
Thompson, Royal W., 142. 

Balch, Capt. Nathaniel, 1735- 

iSoS, Providence, R. I., and 

Boston, Mass. Capt., 3d Co., 

Providence Train Band, 1763. 

Hough, Benjamin K., 107. 

Baldwin, Capt. Hezekiah, 1732- 
1822. In Conn, troop, French 
and Indian War, 1755-60. 
Sergt., i755-'56- Ensign, 1757. 
Second Lieut., 175S. First 
Lieut., 1759. Wounded at 
Battle of Lake George, Sept. 8, 
1755. In Abercrombie's assault 
on Fort Ticonderoga, July 8, 
1758. Capt. of Militia, Albany 
Countv, N. Y., 1770. 
Fox, Noel B., 53. 

Baldwin, Ens. Richard, 1622- 
1665, Milford, Conn. Ens., 
1654. Deputy, i662-'64. 
Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Ball, Capt. Alling, 1700. 

Capt. in the New Haven Col- 
onial militia, 1643. 
Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Ball, Col. William, Sr., 1615-1680. 
Empowered by the Virginia As- 
sembly to impress men and 



horses against the Indians, 1675. 
Member of Va. House of Bur- 
gesses, 1668, et seq. 

Hull, John B. T., 96. 

Otter, Robert W., 194. 
Ballard, William, 1603-1689. In 
King Philip's War in garrison 
at Chelmsford. A. & H. A. 
Co., 1636. 

Ballard, Willis D., 102. 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Blunt, Stanhope E., 74. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Bancker, Capt. Evert, 1665-1734, 
Albany, N. Y. Alderman, 1691. 
Justice of the Peace, 1692. 
Mayor, i695-'96. Member of 
Assembly, 1702. Indian Com- 
missioner, 1698-1734. Member 
of Commission in charge of Ex- 
pedition against Canada, 1711. 
Capt. in command at Fort 
Oswego, 1727. Master Colonial 
Court in Chancery, 1696-1734. 

Bancker, Enoch, 212. 

Bancroft, Sergeant Thomas, 

1684, , Mass. Sergeant in 

the Springfield Train Band, 

Booth, Charles E., 116. 
Bancs, Capt. Edward, 1592-1678, 
Plymouth and Eastham, Mass. 
Capt. of the Guard against the 
Indians. Member Plymouth 
Military Co., 1643. Deputv, 
1652. 

Bryant, Percv, 75. 

Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Bangs, Capt. Jonathan, 1640-1728, 
of Eastham, Mass. Ensign, 
Eastham Company, 1659. After- 
wards Capt. Deputy to Ply- 
mouth Colony Court, 1674, '76, 
'79, '83. Representative, Mass. 
General Court, 1692. 

Bangs, Francis S., 42. 

Bangs, Lemuel B., 42. 
Banks, Aaron, 1738-1823. In Capt. 
David Bean's Co., 1759. 

Wardwell, Walter C, 114. 

Banks, John, 1684, Conn. Dep- 

ut}- to General Court, 19 terms 
between 1651 and 1683. 

McClir.tock, Emory, 151. 



IXDEX OF ANCESTORS AXD DESCENDANTS. 



Barber, Lieut. Thomas, 1614-1662. 
Soldier under Capt. John Mason, 
Pequot Fort, Mystic, 1637. 
Schernnerhorn, J. Maus, 64. 

Barbour, James, of Virginia, 

1775. Member of House of 
Burgesses, Culpeper Co., 1761- 
'65. Presiding Justice, 1764. 
Magruder, Caleb C, Jr. 144. 

Barbour, 1 komas, 1735-1825. Mem- 
ber of House of Burgesses of 
Va., 1769-1775. Signer of Va. 
Association, Ma)' 18, 1769, and 
June 22, 1770. Member of 
Com. of Safet>-, Orange County, 
1774. Member of Va. Conven- 
tions, i774-'75. Justice, 1768. 
Waters, John S. T., 97- 

Barc, Col. Peter, 1679-1734. Col. 
of Regt. of Foot, 1722. Mem- 
ber Council, N. J., 1720. Judge 
of Supreme Court. 
Bradish, George J., 44. 

Bardwell, Sergt. Robert, 1726, 

Hatfield, Mass. Sergt. of Hat- 
field Troops under Capt. Will- 
iam Turner, Falls Fight. Ser\-ed 
under Lieut. Phineas Upham, 
Swamp Fight. In garrison at 
Hadlev, Sept. 23, 1676. 
Enos, Aianson T., Jr., 51. 

Barker, Captais' Francis, , 

Duxbury, Mass. Representative 
to the General Court, 1686, '94, 
1701. Lieutenant of the Dux- 
bury Military Company, 1686, 
subsequently Captain. 
Nickerson, Thomas W., 122. 

Barker, Johx, Mass. Deputy from 
Marshfield 16S9, and from Scit- 
uate 1706, '12, '19. Sergt. in 
King Philip's War, and in 1680 
was freed from bearing arms 
on account of wounds received 
in the late war. 
Bryant, Percy, 75. 

Bar\'\rd, John*. 1713-1785, Hadlev, 
Mass. Soldier in French Wars. 
Hawks, Frederick E., 107. 
Barnard, Johx, 1732-1813, Clerk, 
2d Co., Lieut.-Col. Nathan 
Payson; Capt. 3d Conn. Rest- 
Crown Point Expedition, 1756. 
Gross, Charles W., 135. 



Barnard, Joseph, 1641-1695, Deer- 
field, Mass. In garrison at 
Deerfield, King William's War, 
1695. Deputy, i692-'93. 
Parsons, Francis H., 142. 
Barnard, Thomas, 1612-1677, Ames- 
bury, Mass. Killed by Indians. 
Morrell, George C, iii. 

Barnes, John, 1671, Plvmouth, 

Mass. In Lieut. William 
Holmes's Co., Pequot War 
1637. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Barnes, Corp. Thomas, 1732 , 

North Brookfield, Mass. Cor- 
poral in Capt. Samuel Robin- 
son's Hardwick, Mass., Co., 
serving from Brookfield, Crown 
Point Expedition, 175S, Old 
French War. 
Barnes, Cornelius A., 161. 
Barnes, George E., 42. 
Barr.es, Monroe J., i6i. 
B.ARRETT, Joseph, 1745-1S31, Mason, 
N. H. Member of Provincial 
Congress which met at Exeter, 
N. H., 25 January, 1775, and 
which is known as the Second 
Provincial Congress. 
Bent, S. Arthur, 116. 
Barrett, Lieut. William, 1629- 
1689. Lieut, under Capt. Joseph 
Sill, King Philip's War. 
Brown, John B., 75. 
Barron, Ellis, 1600-1676, Water- 
town, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip's War. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Wood, William B., 71. 

Barron, Timothy, 1706/7 , 

Groton and Westford, Mass. 
Soldier from Groton in the 
Indian Wars, 1724-25. Was 
severely wounded in the siege 
of Louisburg, 1745. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Pearson, William H., 124. 

Bartlett, Lieut. Benjamin, 

1 691, Duxbury, Mass Lieut, of 
Militia. Deputv, 16S5. 
Baker, Alfred L.,"i69. 
Bartlett, RoBEriT, 1676, North- 
ampton, Ma.-s. Soldier under 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Capt. Turner; killed by Indians 
in assault upon Northampton. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Barton, Bekjamin, 1645-1720, War- 
wick, R. I. Assistant, 1674, et 
seq. Deputy, 1679, et seq. 
Speaker, i703-'o4. 

Barton, Josepli J., 174. 
Barton, Capt. William, 1634-1717. 
Capt.-Lieut. in Provincial Mil- 
itia against the Indians, 1676. 
Capt., 1681. Capt. of Foot, 
1689. Justice of Charles Co., 
Md., 1672, et seq. Presiding 
Justice, County Court, 1694, ^^ 
feq. 

Gregg, Maurice, 95. 
Barton, William. Member of Md. 
Assembly, 1661. Justice, St. 
Mary's Co., Md., 1655, i664-'65. 

Gregg, Maurice, 95. 
Bassett, William, Jr., Duxbury, 
Mass. Member of Military 
Co., Capt. Myles Standish, 1643. 

Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
B.assett, William, 1667, Dux- 
bury, Pl\Tiiouth, Sandwich and 
Bridgewater, Plymouth Colony. 
Volunteer in Pequot War, 1637. 
Deputy, 1640, 1643-46, 1648. 
Member of Military Co., Capt. 
Myles Sta.^dish, 1643. 

Bassett, Austin B., 132. 

Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 

Daniels, Edwin A., 105. 

Daniels, Richard H., 105. 

Farwell, John W., 117. 
Bassett, Capt. William, Lynn, 
Mass. Served under Capt. 
Joseph Gardiner in the Great 
Swa.mp Fight, King Philip's 
War. Capt., 1689. Quarter- 
master, 1691. 

Breed, George H., 103. 
Bassett, Capt. William, 1656-1721. 
Chief Marshall, Plymouth Col- 
ony, 1689-1692. Ens., 1687. 
Capt. at Sandwich, Mass. Rep- 
resentative. 

Chilcott, Langdon 8., 229. 

Batchelder, John, 1676. 

Served in King Philip's War, 
1675, under Lieut. William 
Hersey, Three Co. Troop. 



Pearson, Art'nur E, 122. 

Pearson, William H., 123. 
B.ATCHELDER, NATHANIEL, 163O-171O. 
Member General Court of N. 
Hamp., i694-'95. 

Brown, Thomas S., 161. 

Batchelder, Samuel, 1681 . 

Served in Lieut. Joseph Swett's 
Co. in Expedition against Port 
Royal, 1707. In Capt. James 
Davis' Co. in 1712,35 "a scout." 

Brown, Thomas S., 161. 
B.ATES, James, 15S2-1655, Dorchester, 
Mass. Deputy, 1640. 

Moseley, John G., 121. 
Bates, John, 1642-1716, Chelms- 
ford, Mass. In Capt. Thomas 
Wheeler's Company, King 
Philip's War, ie75-'76; also 
in Chelmsford garrison, 1691- 
'92- 

Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 
Baulstone, Lieut. Willia.m, 1600- 
1678. Assistant, 1641, et seq. 
Treasurer Newport, R. I., 1640, 
'41 ; of Portsmouth, 164-;., Sergt., 
Portsmouth, R. I., Train Band, 
1638. Lieut, for Portsmouth, 
16J.2. Commissioner, i654-'56, 
'5«-'63- 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Beale (Beal), John, 15SS-16S8, 
Hinghara, Mass. Deputy, 1649- 
1659. 

WiUcutt, Levi L., Jr., 115. 
Beall, Colonel Ninian, 1625-1717. 
Lieut, of Lord Baltimore's 
Yacht called the "Loyall 
Charles," 1676. Capt. (Com- 
mander-in-Chief) of the Pro- 
vincial Forces of Md., 1678. 
Served against the Susquehan- 
nocks, 16S8-1689. Major cf 
Calvert County Militia, Sept. 
4, 16S9. Represented Prince 
George's County, in the House 
of Bursesses, 1696-1699. 

Beall, Fielder M. M., 189. 

Beall, William M., 140. 

Duvall, Richard M., 9S. 

Knipht, William W., 177. 

Magruder, Caleb C, Jr., 144. 

Muncaster, Steuart B., 142. 

Wells, Walter A., 143. 



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I\'DEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



*Woodward, James T., 72. 
Woodward, William, 72. 
Beall. Maj. Thomas, 1647-1732. 
Member of Md. Assembly, 
16S9-1707. Member of Council, 
1693. Maj. of Militia, 1706. 
Knight, William W., 177. 
Beax, John, 1634-1718. Soldier in 
King Philip's War, 1675. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Beardsley, William, 1605-1661, 
Stratford, Conn. Deputy to 
General Court, 1645, et seq. 
Assistant, 1651. 
Smith, William D. G., i;S. 
Beatty. P.ev. Chart e~, ai\. 1715- 
1772. Chaplain, Pa. Rtgt., com- 
manded by Col. William Clap- 
ham, 1756. Chaplain, Pa. Regt., 
commanded by Col. John Arm- 
strong, 1758. 
Cur«en, Samuel M., 87. 

Beckwith, Philip, 1758, Lyme, 

Conn. In Capt. Joshua Abel's 
Co., 3d Regt. Conn. Forces, in 
Expedition against Crown 
Point, 1755. In Capt. Timothy 
Mather's Co., same Regt., in 
Campaign of 1758, Expedition 
agair.st Ticonderoga. 
Stevens, Frederic B., 213. 
Bedford, Lieut Gukning, 1720- 
1802, Philadelphia, Pa. Ensign 
and Lieut, in Pa. Militia, 1758- 
1760. 
Barroll, Lewin W., 95. 
Beekman, Col. Gerardus, M.D., 
1653-1723. Capt. of Militia, 
Flatbush, 1681. Maj., 1689. 
Lieut.-Col., Kings Co. Militia, 
1698. Colonel, 1700. Gov. Leis- 
ler's Council, 1690-1691. Coun- 
cil, 1705-1723. Pres. and Dep.- 
Gov., 1709-1710. 
Bradish, George J., 44. 
Beekman, Col. Henry, ist, 1649- 
1716, Kingston, N Y. Cadet 
on the South River, 1662. Capt. 
Ulster Co. Troop, 1685. Expe- 
dition to Albany. Legislative 
Asserablv, 1691-1716. Col. of 
Militia, Prov. N. Y. 
Delafield , John R., 48. 

• Deceased. 



Beekman, Capt. Johannes Mar- 

TiNSE, 1732. Capt., Co. of 

Horse, Expedition against Can- 
ada, 1709. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Beekman, Lieut. Wilhelmus, 1623- 
1707. Lieut., Burgher Corps, 
New Amsterdam, 1652-165S, 
and New Orange, 1673-1674. 
Vice-Director on the South 
River, 1658-1664. Scout at 
Esopus, 1664. Deput>-Ma)'or 
of New Y'ork, 1681-16S3. 

Bradish, George J., 44. 

Delafield, Ed%vard C, 48. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 
Belden, Daniel, 164S-1731, Hat- 
field and Deerfield, Mass. In 
King Philip's War. On Com- 
mittee of Fortification with Col. 
Partridge. 

McClintock, Emory, 151. 
Belden, John, 1631-1677, Wethers- 
field, Conn., under Capt. John 
Mason, i657-'5S. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Belden, Samuel, 1629-1713, Hat- 
field, Mass. Capt. William 
Turner's Co., Falls Fight, 1676. 

Church, Elihu C, 46. 
Belden, Serct. William, 1671-1760. 
Sergt., 1703-1704, Mass. 

McClintock, Emory, 151. 

Bell, Capt. David, 1770. Capt. 

in Col. George Washington's 
Va. Regt., 1755. 

Branch, Charles, 175. 

Branch, Henry, 95. 

Bell, Lieut. Francis, 1690, 

Stamford, Conn. Lieut., Stam- 
ford Military Co., 1655. Deputy 
to New Haven General Court, 
1641, i653-'59, i66i-'64. On 
Committee to consummate union 
with Conn., Dec. 13, 1664. 

Johnson, Lucius W., 141. 

Lines, Harvey K., 77. 
Bell, Henry, 1745-1S11. Member 
of Va. House of Burgesses, 
1773, '74- 

Branch, Charles, 175. 

Branch, Henry, 95. 
Belt, Col. Joseph, Mar>land, 1680- 
1761. Member of House of 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Burgesses, Prince George's 
County, i725-'38. Gentleman 
Justice, i726-'28. Lieut. -Col., 
1725. Col., 1728, and during 
French and Indian War. 

Magruder, Caleb C, Jr., 144. 
Bemis, C.\pt. Edmund, 1720-1810. 
Capt. of Mass. Troops at Fort 
William Henry, 1756. 

Pool, Marvin, B., 167. 
Benedict, Lieut. Thomas, 1617- 
1690. Lieut, in Capt. Byron 
Newton's Foot Co., Jamaica, 
1665. Member Colonial Assem- 
bly at Hempstead, 1665. Deputy 
from Norwalk, Conn., 1670- 
1675- 

Benedict, William L., 43. 

Bronson, Edward P., 175. 

Parker, Charles W., 151. 
Benez-et, Daniel, 1723-1797, Phila- 
delphia. Member of Capt. 
Kidd's Ind. Co. of Foot, 1756. 

Sargent, James F. T., 233. 
Benjamin, Abel, 1731 . — ■ — , Water- 
town, Mass. Served under 
Captain Jonathan Brown in 
Colonel William Williams' 
Regiment, raised by the Prov- 
ince of Massachusetts Bay for 

the reduction of Canada, . 

He perished on the expedition 
to Fort William Henry. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Bennett, Jacob. Soldier in Col. 
Richard Stillwell's Kings Co. 
Regt., 1715. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

Bennett, Jacob Arianse, 1665 , 

Gowanus, N. Y. In Maj. Peter 
Schuyler's Co., detached out of 
the Counties of Westchester, 
Richmond, Kings, Queens, Suf- 
folk and Ulster, 1692. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

Bennett, William Adrianse, 

1644, Gowanus, N. Y. In War 
with Indians, 1643, under 
Kieft's administration. 

Lane, Francis T. L,. 77. 
Benson, Capt. Johannes, 1665-1715. 
Member Committee of Safety. 
Lieut, 16S9. Capt. of Albany 



County Militia, King William's 
War, 1690. 

Benson, Arthur D., 43. 

Hatfield, Abraham, jr., 55. 
Bent, Captain David, 1730-1798, 
Rutland, Mass. Sergeant in 
Captain John Phelp's Com- 
pany, Colonel Ruggles Regi- 
ment which marched to the 
relief of Fort William Henry, 
August 9, 1759. First Lieu- 
tenant of Captain Gates' first 
Rutland Company, Colonel John 
Murray's Regiment of the Wor- 
cester County Militia, 1771. 
Captain of Rutland Company 
formed March 13, 1775. 

Bent, S. Arthur, 116. 
Bent, John, Sr., 1596-1672, Sud- 
bury, Mass. In Maj. Simon 
Willard's Troop, Expedition 
against Ninigret, 1654. 

Lea, James H., 119. 
Bent, Peter, 1629-1678, Marlboro, 

Mass. In garrison at Marlboro, 
King Philip's War. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Benton, Samuel, Sr., 1658-1746. 
Served in Expedition against 
Canada. 

Benton, Arthur B., 202. 
Bernon, Gabriel, 1644-1736. Re- 
ceived a commission as Capt. 
of New Oxford, Mass., to resist 
the ravages of Indians, July 7, 
1702. Erected the "Old French 
Fort" in Oxford 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 

Berry, James, 1657. Member 

Md. Assemblv, 1654. 

Berry, Jasper M., Jr., 95- 

Berry, Thomas L., 95. 
Berry, Dep.-Gov. John, 1640-1713. 
Deputy- and Acting Gov. of 
N. J., '1672. 

Sloane, John, 65. 
Berry, William, 1635-1691. Mem. 
Md. Assembly, 1671-1674. 

Berry, Thomas L., 95. 
BiGELOW, John, 1617-1703, Water- 
town, Mass. In Pequot and 
King Philip's Wars. 

Bond, Walter H., 44. 



318 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
BiGELovv, Joshua, i 655-1745. In 
King Philip's War. In Capt. 
Davenport's Co. ; also in Capt. 
Sill's Co. 

Childe, John H., 104. 

Howe, John B., 57. 
BiGELow, SamueLj 1653-1732, Water- 
town, Mass. Representative, 
1708-1710. 

Bates, Daniel M., 217. 
Bill, Philip, 1620-1689, Groton, 
Conn. In King Philip's War 
in Connecticut Forces, i6-j^-'-j6. 
Narra?ansett grantee. 

Bill, Charles G., 132. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Bingham, Abel, 1669-1745, Wind- 
ham, Conn. Deputy to General 
Assembly, 1721-1724. 

Smith, Wiiliara D. G., 158. 
Bingham, Nathaniel, 1704-1767. 
Private and Sergt., French and 
Indian War, 1755-1757. 4th 
and 3rd Regiments, Conn. 
Troops, 1758-1762. 

Caswell, Frederick T., 161. 

Bishop, Dep.-Gov. James, 1691. 

Sec. of New Haven Colony, 
i66i-'65. Gov.'s Asst., Conn. 
Col., i66S-'83. Dep.-Gov., 1683- 
'91- 

Giles, Murrav O., 53. 

Judd, Orrin R., 76. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 

Thompson, Royal W., 142. 
*Young, William H., 81. 
BissELL, Capt. John, 1591-1677, 
Windsor, Conn. Deputy, 1648, 
et seq. Under Capt. John 
Mason, 1657-1658. Soldier in 
King Philip's War. Capt. of 
Windsor Troop, 1676. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 
BissELL, Nathaniel, 1640-1713/14. 
Trooper at Windsor, Conn., 
1676. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 

Bi.xBV, Sergt. Joseph, 1700. 

Sergt. of Rowley Train Band. 
In Capt. Brocklebank's and 



= Deceased. 



Capt. Appleton's Cos. in King 
Philip's War. 

Bixby, William K., 174. 
Blagge, Benjamin. Member of 
Gov. Leisler's Council. Sent 
by him to England as Delegate. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Blair, Dr. Archibald, 1660-1735, 
Williamsburg, James City Co., 
Va. Justice, 1714 and earlier. 
Burgess, 1718 to 1723. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Blair, Hon. John, 1687-1771, York 
Co. and Williamsburg, Va. Jus- 
tice, 1724 ct ante. Naval officer 
Upper James River, 172S. Audi- 
tor General, 172S-1771. Bur- 
gess, i736-'40, etc. Member of 
Council, 1745-1771. Pres. Coun- 
cil, 1757-1771. Acting Gov., 
i757-'58 and 1768. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Blanford, John, 1611-1687, Sud- 
bury, Mass. In garrison at 
Sudbury, King Philip's War, 
1676. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 

Blanshan, Mathese, 1695. 

Served under Capt. Martin 
Cregier in the rescuing expe- 
dition after the massacre of 
Esopus. Member of Hurley 
Military Co., Capt. Paulding, 
1670. 

Catlin, George de G., 45. 

Innis, Hasbrouck, 76. 

Shirley, Rufus G., 79. 

Weisse, Faneuil S., So. 
Bleecker, Capt. Jan Jansen, 1642- 
1732. Commissioned as Capt., 
Dec. 15, 1684. Capt. in Indian 
War of 16S9-1690. Member 
Provincial Assembly, 1698-1701, 
Mayor of Albany-, N. V., 1700- 
1701. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Bliss, Sergt. Jonathan, 1625-1687. 
Sergt. of Militia at Rehoboth, 
1684. 

Brown, John B., 75. 
B LO ETGO ET ( B LOODGOOD ) , C A PT. 

Frans Jansen, 1635-1676. Chief 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Military Officer . of Flushing, 
Heemstede, Rustdorp, and Med- 
dleburgh. Privy Councillor to 
the Gov. for the surrender of 
the Colony to the English, 1675. 
Magistrate, 1673. Deputy to 
New Orange, 1674. 

Hargitt, Robert P., 182. 
Blount, Capt. Benjamin, ciri:. 1725- 
1790. Capt. of Militia, North 
Carolina, i754-'58. Member of 
General Assembly from Tyrrell 
Co., 1766, et seq. 

Carhart, Amory S., 75. 
Blount, C.\pt. J.^mes, circ. 1620- 
1686. Capt. in the L're Guards 
of King Charles I of England. 
Member of the Great Council, 
North Carolina, 1671. 

Carhart, Amory S., 75. 
BO;\RDM.'iN, SAMUEL, 1615-1673, 
Wethersfield. Gov.'s Asst., 1670, 
Colony of Conn. 

Bronson, Edward P., 175. 

Smith, Howard C, 79. 

BoDWELL, Henry, 1654 . Bloody 

Brook, in Capt. Lathrop's Co., 
King Philip's War. 

Richardson, William S., 113. 
BoGART (Bogaert), Teunis Gys- 
BERTSE, Wallabout, N. Y. Rep- 
resentative from Brooklyn to 
the Flatbush Convention in 
1664. Member Council of War 
under Gov. Colve. Magistrate 
of Brooklyn, 1663, '67, '73. 

Poillon, Arthur, 63. 

Poillon, William, 63. 
Borden, John, 1640-1716. Active 
in trying to avert a war be- 
tween King Philip and the 
English, i675-'76, acting under 
instructions of General Court 
of Plymouth. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 
BoRDE.M, Richard, 1601-1671, Ports- 
mouth, R. I. Gov.'s Asst., 1653- 
1654. Treasurer, 1653-1655. 
Commissioner, 1654, '56, '57. 
Deputy, 1667-1670. 

Chapman, Ednin N., 46. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 



Boreman, Thomas, circ. 1601-1673, 
Ipswich, Mass. Representative, 
1636. 
Lord, Charles E., 121. 
BosvvoRTH, Nathaniel, 1693-1745. 
Commissioned to enlist volun- 
teers for expedition against 
Cape Breton, 1744. Served in 
expedition and died on return 
march. 
Bosworth, Orrin L., 222. 
Botsford, Henry, 1639-1686. Cor- 
poral, Expedition against the 
Dutch, 1654. 
Haines, John P., 54. 
Bourne, Richard, 1683, Sand- 
wich, Mass. Deputy, 1639, ct 
ssq. Member of Council of War, 
1675. 
Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
Bourne, Thomas, 1581-1664, Marsh- 
field, Plymouth Colony. Deputy, 
i642-'45. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Bouton, (Boughton), John, 1615- 
1705, Norwalk, Conn. Deputy, 
1669, et seq. 
Hargreaves, Fred W., 190. 
BowDEN, John, 1710-1765. Enlisted 
March 12, 1760, as private in 
Capt. Jacob Tilton's Co., Col. 
John Goff's Regt., and served 
in the invasion of Canada. Dis- 
charged at Albany, N. Y., Nov. 
26, 1760. 
Deering, Frank C, 229. 
BowEN, Lieut. Henry, 1634-1724, 
Roxbury, Mass., and Woodstock, 
Conn. In Great Swamp Fight. 
Morris, Seymour, 121. 
BowEN, Richard, 1600-1675, Reho- 
both, Mass. Deputy, Plymouth 
General Court, 1651. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 
Bowles, Maj. John, 1685-1737, Rox- 
bury, Mass. Repre5entative, 
Mass., i729-'36. Major of Ro.x- 
bury Regt., 1730. 
Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
Boylston, Dr. Thomas, 1645-1695/6, 
Brookline, Mass. Under Capt. 
Thos. Prentice, King Philip's 
War, i675-'76. 
Brooks, Frederick, 103. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



BovNTox, Capt. Joseph, 1645-1730. 
Prov. Forces of Mass. Bay. 
Deputy from Rowley, 1693, et 
seq. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 123. 

Brackett, C.\pt. Richard, i6h- 

1691. Commander, Militia of 

Braintree, Mass. A. & H. A. 

Co., 1636. Deputy, i6i;5-i68o. 

Tyler, Edward R., 126. 

Bradbury, Capt. Thomas, 1610- 

1695, Salisbury, Mass. Ens., 

Salisbury Train Band, 1647. 

Cap., 1661. Deputy, 1651-1657. 

Brown, Philip G., 231. 

Fall, Charles G., 117. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Bradford, Col. John, 1726, 

Prince George's Count\-, Md. 
Capt., 1711. Col. 1726.' Dele- 
gate to Session of 171 1, Md. 
Assembly. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Bradford, Gov. William, 1589- 
165 1. Gov. of Plymouth Col- 
ony, 1621, et seq. Asst., 1634, 
et seq. 

Bartholomew, James R., 43. 

Blatchford, Paul, 166. 

Burton, Clarence M., 212. 

Bush, Charles H., 45. 

Chapin, Clifford S., 116. 

Donnell, Murray C, 229. 

Flovd, William, 52. 

Fobes, William H., 1S9. 

Hallowell, Thomas J., 54. 

Lyman, Walter H., 60. 

Macfarlane, George S., m. 

McGregor, Graham B., 148. 

Newcomb, Clarence F., 178. 

Perry, Alexander, 62. 

Rogers, Fordyce H., 213. 

Smith, Harvey B., 191. 

Stoddard, Francis R., Jr., 66. 

Terry, Eliphalet B., 67. 
Bradford, Major William, 1624- 
1704. Deputy, 1657. Member 
of Council of War, 1657, '58 
'67. Assistant, i658-'8i. Major, 
commanding Plymouth Colony 
Forces, Great Swamp Fight. 
Treasurer, i679-'86, '89, '90. 
Dep.-Gov., Plymouth Colony 



i682-'S6, '91. Commissioner of 
the United Colonies, 16S3, '84, 
'86. Member of the Council, 
i69r-'98. 

Baker, George F., 147. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 202. 

Hallowell, Thomas J., 54. 

Lyman, Walter H., 60. 

Mersereau, John D., 198. 

Newcomb, Clarence F„ 178. 
Bradley, Capt. Daniel, 1704-1765, 
Fairfield, Conn. Ens., 1743. 
Lieut., E.xpedition to Cape 
Breton, 1745. Capt., 1747. 

McClintock, Emory, 151. 

Bradley, William, 1691. 

Deputy from New Haven to 
the General Court of Connec- 
ticut, 1675, i678-'8o, 1683. 

Clark, Eliot A., 104. 
Bradstreet, Humphrey, 1594-1655, 
Ipswich. Representative, 1635. 

Gage, Herbert E., 106. 
Bradstreet, Major-Gen. John, 
1711-1774. Lieut.-Col., siege of 
Louisburg, 1745. Gov. of St. 
Johns, Newfoundland, 1746. 
Capt., 60th Foot, Royal Ameri- 
cans, 1757. Lieut.-Col., York 
Regt., 1757. Col., 1758. Deputy 
Q. M.-Gen., 1760. Col., British 
Army, 1762. Maj.-Gen., 1772. 

Landreth, David, 88. 
Bradstreet, Gov. Simon, 1603-1697, 
Salem, Mass. First Sec. of Mass. 
Bay Colony, 1630-36. Assistant, 
i630-'78. Commissioner of the 
United Colonies, 1643, '63-'66. 
Dep.-Gov., 1672-1679. Gov., 
1676-1686, '89. 

Cooley, Charles P., 133. 

Cooley, Francis R-, 136. 

Wiggin, Arthur M., 115. 
Braithwaite, William, St. Mary's 
Co., Md. Member of Assembly, 
St. Mary's City, Md., Jan. 25, 
1637. Three times Commander 
of the Isle of Kent, with juris- 
diction over the Eastern Shore 
of Md., 1638, '40, '44. Capt., 
St. Mary's Co. Commissioner, 
1644. Commander and His 
Majesty's Collector and Re- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



ceiver, 1643. Acting Governor 
of Province of Md., 1644. 
*Woodward, James T., 72. 

Branch, Christopher, i 595-1 682. 
Henrico County, Va. Justice 
anterior to 1639 and for many 
years as late as 1657. Burgess, 
i639-'4i. 
Branch, Henry, 95. 

Brattle, Capt. Thomas, 1624-1683, 
Boston, Mass. Cornet, SuflFolk 
Troop, 1670. Lieut., 1675. Capt., 
1676. King Philip's War. Dep- 
uty, i67i-'72-'78-'Si. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Breeden, Joseph, 1736-1807, Mai- 
den, Mass. In Capt. Heart's 
Co., Nova Scotia Expedition, 
1762. 
Berry, Henry N., 103. 

Brent, Capt. George, 1641-1704, 
Stafford Co., Va. Capt. of a 
Troop, 1670. Ranger-Gen. of 
the Northern Neck. 
Krumbhaar, Alexander, 88. 

Brent, Lieut.-Gen. Giles, . 

Treas. Prov. of Md. Com- 
mander of Kent Island. Dep.- 
Gov. and Lieut.-Gen., 1643- 
1644. Lord of Fort Kent Manor. 
Garland, Hugh A., 219. 

BrENTON, Gov. WiLLLAM, 1674. 

Dep.-Gov. of R. I. and Provi- 
dence Plantations, 1663-1666. 
Gov., 1666-1669. JMember of 
Troop of Horse, 1667. 

Strong, Alan H., 151. 
Brett, Lieut. Roger, circ. 1665- 
1720, Fishkill, N. Y. Lieut, in 
Expedition against Canada, 
1711. 
Brett, Philip M., 44. 
Brewer, Daniel, 1624-1708. A. & 
H. A. Co., 1666. 
Brewer, Arthur li., 136. 

Brewer, John, 1691, Sudbury, 

Mass. Suffered great damage 
at assault of Indians on the 
town, April 21, 1676. 
Brewer, Gavdjier, 161. 
Brewster, Jonathan, 1593-1659, 
Duxbury, Mass. Representative 



Mass., i639-'4i-'42-'44. Dep- 
uty, Conn., 1650, '55-'5S. Mem- 
ber of Capt. Myles Standish's 
Duxbury Co. Military Commis- 
sioner, Fequot War. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Brewster, Love, 1650. Mem- 
ber Duxburv, Mass., Co., 1643. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Brewster, Elder William, 1566/7- 
1644. Fourth signer Mayfiower 
Compact. Member and Chap- 
lain of the first Military Co. 
organized at Plymouth under 
Capt. Myles Standish, and 
served against the Indians. 
Deputy, 1636. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Brown, Frederick L., 197. 

Brown, John B., 75. 

Browne, John D., 132. 

Chester, Walstein R., 104. 

Cole, Amedee B., 176. 

Freeman, James G., 118. 

Harris, Williams C, 212. 

Hills, Joseph L., 163. 

Jackson, James H., 76. 

Pardee, Ensign B., 62. 

Parker, Charles W., 151. 

Perrv, Alexander, 62. 

Rogers, Edward S., 167. 

Wood, Eric F., 68. 
Brice, John, 1705-1766, Annapolis, 
Md., Member of Council, Prov- 
ince of Md. 

Brice, Philip H., 91. 
Bright, Sergt. Henry, 1602-1686, 
Wstertown, Mass. Sergt. in 
Military Co., 1664. 

Clark, Byron N., 163. 

Brintnall, Thomas, . In 

Lieut. William Hasey's Co., 
a.-d Capt. John Whipple's Co., 
King Philip's War. 

Len, James K., 120. 
Brintnall, Lieut. Tko.mas, 1669- 
I733i Sudbury, Mass. Lieut., 
1723. 

Lea, James PL, 120. 
Brinton, William, 1666-1751. Mem- 
ber Prov. Assembly, Penn., 1713. 

Harvey, Le Roy, 217. 

Broadhead. See Brodhead. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Brocklebank, Capt. Samuel, 1627- 
1676, Rowley, Mass. Capt. Row- 
lev Foot Co., 1673. Killed at 
Sudbury, King Philip's War, 
April 21, 1676. 
Silvester, Learoyd, 90. 
Williams, George L., 68. 

Brodhead, Capt. Daniel, 1667. 

Officer, service of Charles II., 
under Col. Sir Richard Nicolls, 
1664. I., expedition against Fort 
Orange, u..(J.;r Col. George Cart- 
v.right, 166 f. Commander of 
the Forces at Esopus, 1665. 
Catlin, George de G., 45. 
Catlin, Isaac S., 46. 
Harris, Clinton G., 88. 
Brodhead, Capt. Dan'iel, 1693-1755- 
Private, 1715. Capt., 1737, Foot 
Company of Militia, Marble- 
town, N. Y. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 
Brodhead, Lieut. Garret, 1733-1804. 
Serg. in Capt. Stephen Notting- 
ham's Co., 1758. Lieut, in Capt. 
Cornelius Wynkoop's Co. of 
New York Provincials recruited 
in Ulster Co., 1760. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 
Brodhead, C'.pt. R-chard, 1665- 
1758. Capt., Ulster County 
Militia, 1703-172S. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 
Bron'SOK, John', 1600-16S0. In the 
Pequot War. Deputy from 
Farmington, Colony of Conn., 
1651, et seq. 
Bronson, Edward P., 175- 
Holcombe, John M., 137. 
Hubbard. P'hineas, 108. 
Morse, Glenn T., 121. 
Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Brooke, Hon. Bakex, 162S-1679. 
Member of the Council and 
Sur^'eyor General of the Pro- 
ince of Maryland. 
Smith, Willam D. G., 157. 
Brooke, Gov. Robert, 1602-1665. 
Commissioned by Lord Balti- 
more as Commander-in-Chief 
of a new county in Maryland, 
and a member of the Council. 
Commander of Charles Co., 
1650. Appointed, 1652, by Crom- 



well's Commissioners, President 
of the Council and Acting 
Governor. 

Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Brooke, M.\jor Tho.mas, 1632-1676. 
Major Maryland Forces, 1660. 
Served in E::pedition against 
Indians, 1667. Member of As- 
sembly for Calvert Co., 1663- 
1676. 

Smith, William D. G., 15S. 
Brooks, Gilbert, 16 12 , Marsh- 
field, Mass. Deput)-, 1679, et 
seq. 

Robinson, Roswell R., 124. 
Brooks, Capt. Samuel, 1672-1735, 
Medford, Mass. Representative, 
1723, Capt. of Medford Mili- 
tary Company. 

Brooks, Frederick, 103. 
BrooKs (Brooke), Capt. Thomas, 
1667, Concord, Mass. Dep- 
uty, 1642-1662. Capt., 1643. 

Brooks, Frederick, 103. 

Farwell, John W., 117- 

Brown, Rev. Chad, 1650. One 

of the 13 signers of the com- 
pact, Providence Plantations, 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Brown, Ephraim, 1650-1693, Salis- 
bury, Mass. Saw service under 
Robert Pike in 1676. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Brown, Ephraim, Jr., 1680-1751/2, 
Salisbury, Mass. One of Capt. 
Henry True's snow-shoe men 
in Essex County, 1709. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Brown, J.acob, 1653-1740, Hampton, 
N. H. Soldier in the Indian 
Wars. 

Brown, Thomas S., i6i. 
Brown, John, ist, 1584-1662, Swan- 
sea, Mass. Comm'r to the United 
Colonies, i644-'56. Assistant 
1636, et seq. Member Council 
of War, 1642, ct seq. Patentee, 
with Edward u'inslow, of Reho- 
both, Mass. 
Bicknell, George A., 43. 
Brown, John, 1630-1706, Provi- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



dence, R. I. Gov.'s Asst., 1665- 
'66. 

Eicknell, George A., 43. 

Burlingame, Edwin A., 225. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Brown, Peter, 1633. Signer of 

"Mayflower Compact." Served 
in C'apt. Myles Standisli's Co. 
in defense of Plymoutli and in 
expeditions against tlie Indians. 

Talbot, Archie L., 231 
Browne, Thomas, 1607-1687. New- 
bury, Mass. In Capt. Samuel 
Appleton's Co., King Philip's 
War. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Browne, William, Jr., 1639-1716. 
Capt., Mass. Troop of Horse, 
1678. Council of Safety, 1689. 
Deputy, 1675-1680. Assistant, 
16S3. Andros' Councillor, 1688. 
Assistant, 1693-1713. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
Browne, William, 1682-1768. Sol- 
dier from Reading, Mass., 
against the French and Indians 
in Nova Scotia and Canada, 
1711-1712. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Brownell, George, 1646-1718. Dep- 
uty from Portsmouth to the 
General Assembly of R. I., 
1699, 1702. Assistant, 1706- 
1711. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Brownell, Thomas, 1665. 

Commissioner, 1655, '6i-'63. 
Deputy, 1664. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Buchanan, Robert, 1734-1818. 
Served in Capt. Clinton's Com- 
pany, Ulster County, N. Y., 
1760, Old French War. 

Greer, Charles, 54. 

Buck, Lieut. Isaac, 1695, 

Scituate, Mass. Lieut., Scituate 
Company, 1670, and commanded 
the same against the Indians in 
their attack on the town in 
King Philip's War, 1676. Dep- 
utv, i663-'64, '65-'95. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 



Rumnll, Frank, 124. 

Bock, Cornet John, 1697, 

Scituate, Mass. Cornet of First 
Body of Plymouth Horse. 

Bryant, Percy, 75. 

Nickerson, Thomas W., 122. 

Buckingham, Thomas, 1657. 

Deputy, 1657, New Haven 
Colony. 

Bronson, Edward P., 175. 
BucKLAND, Thomas, Windsor, 
Conn. In the Pequot Fight, 
1637- 

Crane, Roy E, 104. 
Bucknam, Joses, 1641-1694, Maiden, 
Mass. In Capt. Thomas Wheel- 
er's Co., King Philip's War. 

Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 
Budd, William, i649-i72i-'22. 
Member West Jersey Assem- 
bly, 1685. 

Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 
Buel (Buell), Capt. Samuel, 1641- 
1720, Killingsworth, Conn. Ens., 
1708. Capt., 1718. Deputy. 

Ward, Christopher L., 219. 
BuGBEE, Joseph, 1640-1729. Soldier 
in King Philip's War, 1675. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
BuLKELEY, D.D., M.D., Rev. Ger- 
STIOM, 1636-1713. Surgeon and 
Chaplain, Conn., King Philip's 
War. 

Bulkley, Frederick C, 175. 

Treat, James W., 179. 
BuLKELEv, Major Peter, 1643-1688, 
Concord, Mass. Deputy, 1673- 
'76. Bearer of address to the 
King, 1676. Speaker, 1675, -'76. 
Councillor, 16S5. Assistant, 
i677-'S4. Second Commissioner 
for United Colonies, i632,-'83. 
Commissioner in reserve, 1684. 
Capt. at Concord, 1677. Com- 
mander of a Middlesex Regt., 
16S0. 

Cadle, Cornelius, 175. 

Kent, Daniel, 119. 
Bullard, Nathaniel, Lynn and 
Dedham, Mass. Saw service 
under Captains Davis and Cor- 
win, and later under Quarter- 
master Swift. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 



IXDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



BuNCE, Thomas, 16S3, Hart- 
ford, Conn. In Pequot War, 
1637- 
Enders, John O., 133. 
BuRDiTT, Lieut. Tho.mas, 1683- 
1758, Maiden, Mass. Lieut, of 
the Maiden Military Company, 
1737- 
Winship, William H., 127. 
Burgess, Thomas, 1603-1685, Sand- 
uich, Mass. Deputy, 1642- 
1668, Plymouth Colony. Mem- 
ber of Militia, 1643. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Burgess, Col. vn'illiam, 1622-1686. 
Burgess for Anne Arundel Co., 
Md., 1659-1660, 1669-1682. 
Member of Council, 1682-1686, 
and Dep.-Gov., 1684-1686. 
Lieut., 1659; Capt., 1661 ; Maj., 
1675; Col., 1676; Militia of 
Anne Arundel Co. Com- 
mander-in-chief, 1677, of Mary- 
land Forces against Eastern 
Shore Indians. 
Crowder, Frank W., 47. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
BURLEV, CORKET ANDREW, 1657 

, Ipswich, Mass. Soldier 

in King Philip's War. 
Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Burlinxha.m, Roger, 3d, 1692-1768. 
Served in 3rd Co., 2nd Regt., 
of R. L Militia, i725-'26. 
Burlingame, Edwin A., 225 
Burnham, Richard, 1654-1731, 
Hartford, Conn. Soldier in 
the Xarragaiiselt Expedition, 
1675. 
Smith, William D. G., 15S. 
Burnham, Thomas, 1617-1688, 
Hartford, Conn. Soldier in 
King Philip's War. 
Enders, John O., 133. 
Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Burnha.m, Lieut. Thomas, 1623- 
1694, Ipswich, Mass. Soldier 
in Expedition 'for service to 
the Indians," 1643. Ens. in 
Gen. Denison's Regt., King 
Philip's War, 1675. Lieut, in 
Capt. Samuel Appleton's Co., 
1683. DeputT,-, 1683-16S5. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 



Burnham, Lieut. Thomas, 1646- 
172S. Ensign of Ipsivich, Mass., 
Militia, 1675. Lieut, 1702. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Burks, Johx, 1725-1800, N. H. 
Soldier under Capt. Nehemiah 
Lovewell, Col. John Hart's 
Regt., Second Expedition to 
Crown Point, 1758. 
Burns, Samuel A., 133. 
Burr, Benjamin, i68i, Hart- 
ford, Conn. In Pequot War, 
1637, under Capt. Mason. 
Hubbard, Walter C, 57. 
Burr, Isaac, 1736-1787, Hingham, 
Mass. In Capt. Ebenezer 
Beat's Co., 1757. LTnder Capt. 
Totham Gav, 1759. 
Willcutt, Levi L., 126. 
Burr, Jehu, ist, 1600-1672. Dep- 
uty from Fairfield, Commis- 
sioner for the United Col- 
onies, 1664. 
Ditmas, Charles A., 49. 
Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 
Burr, Capt. Jehu, 2d, 1625-1692. 
Member of Conn. Council of 
War, 1675-1676. Deputy for 
Fairfield, 1660-1691. Lieut., 
Conn. Militia, 1673. 
McClintock, Emory, 151. 
Burrill, Ebenezer, 1679-1761. 
Councillor or Assistant, 1732, 
et seq. Representative, Lynn, 
Mass., 1726, et seq. Called 
Capt., 1731. 
Breed, Francis S., 103. 
Burrill, Edward L., 45. 
BuRRiLi., John, 1631-1703, Lynn, 
Mass. Representative to Gen- 
eral Court, 1691-2, 1697. 
Served in Narragansett War. 
In Captain Isaac Johnson's 
Company and in Captain Sam- 
uel Brocklebank's Companj'. 
Also served in Lynn Militia 
Company. 
Lord, Calvin, 120. 
Burt, Henry, 1615-1662, Dor- 
chester and Springfield, Mass. 
Member of the first Military 
Co., Springfield. In 1657 Clerk 
of the Co. 
Chapi:i, Clifford S., 116. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Dickerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

Moseley, John G., 121. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 
Burton, Jonathan, 1741 - 1811, 
Middleton, Mass., and Wilton, 
N. H. Private in Capt. Gid- 
ding's Co., Col. Bayley's Regt., 
Louisburg Expedition, 1759. 

Burton, Ward C., 189. 

BuRVVELL, AkMISTEAD, I71S-1754. 

Member of Va. House of Bur- 
gesses. 
Garland, Hiigh A., 219. 

BURWELL, SeRGT.->{aJ- LeWI3, 1625- 

165S. Sergt.-Maj., Va., 1651. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
BuRWELL, Lewis, 1710. Mem- 
ber Colonial Council, Va., 
1702. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
BUSHNELL. BeNAJAH. 1681-1762, 
Norwich, Conn. Deputy, Con- 
necticut, i720-'24, i729-'30, 
i734-'36. Capt., Train Band. 

Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 
BusHNELL, Capt. Rich.\rd, 1652- 
1727, Norwich, Conn. Ens., 
1693. Lieut., 169S. Capt., 1701. 
Deputy, 1 691. Member of the 
Council. 1703. Commissioner 
in the Mason Controvers}-. 

Brewer, Art' ur H., 136. 

BusHNELL, Lieut. William, 

1683. Sergt. of Train Band at 
Savbrook, Conn., under Lieut. 
William Pratt, 1661. Lieut, of 
same, 1679. 

Geer, Walter, 53. 
Buss, Joseph, 1649-16S0, Concord, 
Mass. In King Philip's War 
under Capt. Nathaniel Daven- 
port and Cant. Edward Tyng. 

Dickermar., William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 
Buss, Lieut. William, 1613-1698, 
Concord, Mass. Ens., Capt. 
Simon Willard's Co., King 
Philip's War. Later, Lieut. 

Dickerman, Vt'illiam C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 



Bussing, Capt. Arent Harmanse, 
1718. Magistrate at Har- 
lem, 1673. Schepen, 1673. Corp. 
2nd Co. Night Watch at Har- 
lem, 1676. 
Bussing, John S., 75. 
Butler, Ebenezer, Sr., 1733-1829. 
Served v.-ith Conn, troops 
against the French in the 
French and Indian War. 
BroAvn, Lewis, 233. 
Butles, Capt. Zebulon, 1731- 
1795. In the French and In- 
dian War in 1758, on the Can- 
adian frontier and at Fort 
Edward, Lake George, Ticon- 
deroga and Crown Point; 'also 
in the Havana Expedition, 
1762. Ensign, 175S. Lieut., 1759. 
C.'pt., 1760-1762. 
Castle, William H., 87. 
Sterens, John C, 90. 
Buttclph, Lieut. John, 1640-1693, 
V.'ethersfield, Conn., Deputy. 
Holcombe, John NL, 137. 

Butts, Sergt. Richard, 1694. 

Sergt. in Capt. John Withing- 
ton's Co., Dorchester, Mass., 
which marched against Que- 
bec, Oct. 3, 1690. 
Mersereau, John D., 19S. 
Bvle3, Jonathan, 1647-1734, Bever- 
ly, Mass. In King Philip's 
War. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Wood, William B., 71. 

Byram, Nicholas, 1687, 

Bridgewater, Mass. In King 
Philip's War, 1676. 
Willcutt, Levi L., 126. 

Cadwalacer, Dr. Thomas, 1707- 
IJ79. Member of the Coun- 
cil, Province of Penn., 1733- 
1776. Chairman Board of 
War, 1759-1762. Member of 
Capt. Bathe's Independent 
Foot Co., 1756. 
Cadwalader, Thomas, 87. 

Calef, John, 1754. One of 

the "Snow-shoe Men" of New- 
bury, Mass., under Capt. 
Noyes, for service in the In- 
dian troubles, 1709-1710. 



326 



IXDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, V\'ilHam B., 72. 
Calkin (Caulkin's), Hugh, 1600- 
1690, Gloucester and Lynn, 
Mass., New London and Nor- 
wich, Conn. Deput>- from 
Gloucester, Mass. Bay Colony, 
1650-1651. From New London 
and Norwich, 1652, e' seg., 
Colony of Conn. Comnaissioner 
to enlist men for expeditions 
against the Lndians, 1653-1654. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Merritt, Alan D.. 61. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Calvekt, Sir George, 1580-1632. 
Secretary of State of England, 
i6i9-'25. 1st Baron Balti- 
more, to -whom the Province of 
Marj-land was granted, 1632. 
In 1622 he was one of the 18 
Councillors of the New Eng- 
land Co. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Calvert, Gov. Leonard, 1606-1647. 
1st Gov. of Marvland, 1634- 
1647. 
Bauehman, Edwin A., 05. 
Smith, William D. G.,'i57. 
Campbell, Lieut. Samuel, 1738- 
1S24. Under Sir William 
Johnson at the Battle of Lake 
George, 1755, and at Fort Ed- 
ward, 1757. Commissioned En- 
sign by Gov. Henry Moore, 
Oct. 15, 176S; Second Lieut., 
by Gov. Trvon, Fort George, 
N. Y., July '20, 1772. In the 
old Frer.ch War, 1772. 
Campbell, Douglas, 45. 
Canby, Thomas, 1668-1742, Buck's 
Co., Pa. Member of Pa. 
Assembly, 1721, '22, '30, '33. 
Canby, Henry M., 217. 

Canfield, Sergt. Thomas, 

1689. Sergt. Milford, Conn., 
Train Band, 1669. Deputy 
from Milford, i674-'76. 
Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Cann, John, 1721. Served 

in King Philip's War under 
Captains Henchman and 
Oliver, and Lieut. Swett. 
Cann, John W., 45. 



Caxn-ox, Capt. Andrew, 1711. 

Capt. of Milida, Richmond 
Co., N. Y., 1693. 
Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Capen, Capt. John, 1613-1692. 
A. & H. A. Co., 1646. Dep- 
uty from Dorchester, Mass., 
i67i-'73-'78. Capt. of Militia, 
16S3. 
Lea, James H., 119. 
Carpenter, Capt. William, 1605- 
1659, Rehoboih, Mass. Deputy, 
1645. Capt. i6.;.2. 
Ballard, Willis D., 102. 
Morrell, George C, in. 
Carr, Gov. Caleb, 1616-1695. Com- 
missioner for Newport, 1654, 
et seq. General Treasurer of 
the Colony, i66i. Deputy, 1664, 
et seq. Assistant, 1679, et seq. 
Justice, 1687-1688. Governor, 
1695. 
Chapman, Edwin N., 46. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Pratt, Alexander D. B., 78. 
Prince, Charles J., 112. 
Sprague, George E., 113. 
Carr, Caleb, Jr., 1657-1700. Dep- 
utv to the General Court, 
Colony of R. L, 16S4. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Carr, James, 1650-1726, Salisbury, 
i.!ass. In King Philip's War. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 109. 
Carroll, Ds,. Charles. Membeir 
of Md. Assembly, 1738. 
Brice, Philip H., 91. 
Carter, Capt. John, 1616-1692, 
Woburn, Mass. Zns,, 1651. 
Lieut.. 1664. Capt. in King 
Philip's V>'ar. 
Griffin, Henrv A., 148. 
Whitmore, Franklin G., 135. 
Carter, Capt. Thomas, Sr., Lan- 
caster Co., Va. Capt. in Va. 
Militia. Member of House of 
Burgesses. 
Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Carter, Capt. Thomas, Jr. Capt. 
in Va. Militia. Commissioned 
by Gov. Spotswood, .Apr. 7, 
1711. Justice of the Peace for 
Lancaster Co., Va., 
ously for 24 years. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Smith, William D. G., 158. 

Castle, Capt. Samuel, — — 1781, 
Conn. Capt., 1754. 
McClintock, Emory, 151. 

Caswell, Nathan, 1740-1824, 
Brompton, P. Q. Private, 6th 
Co., 3rd Regt., Campaign of 
1755. In Capt. John Perkins' 
Co., Campaign of 1757. 
Caswell, Frederick T., 161. 

Catlett, Maj. John, Jr., 

1724. Member of Va. House of 
Burgesses for Essex Co., Va., 
1700-1702. Major of Militia, 
Essex County, 1699. 
McGuire, James C, 78. 

Caulkixs. (See Calkin.) 

Chamberlain, William, 1706. 

Soldier in Sergt. Hill's Gar- 
rison House, Billerica, Mass., 
Oct. S, 1675. 
Geer, Walter, 53. 

Chamberun, Joseph, 1655-1721, 
Sudbury, Mass. Soldier, Nar- 
ragansett War under Capt. 
Poole. Took part in "Great 
Swamp Fight. In garrison at 
Westfield, 1676. 
Benton, Everett C, 103. 

Chamberlin, Thomas, 1700. 

In King Philip's \\'ar. Also 
in garrison at Chelmsford, 
Mass., 1691-1692. 
Chamberlin, Emerson, 46. 

Chandler,, Henry, 1667-1737, Conn. 
Ens., Andover Co., 1720. 
Benton, Arthur B., 202. 

Chandler, Col. John, 2d, 1665- 
1743, Worcester, Mass. Lieut., 
1702. Capt., 1708. CoI._, 1724. 
In 1722 went as Major in com- 
mand of Scouts from Worces- 
ter to fight Indians. Deputy, 
1711, et seq. Member of His 
Majesty's Council, i727-'32. 
A. & H. A. Co., 1725. 
Hammond, Samuel, 107. 
Lea, James H., 120. 

Chandler, Col. John, 3d, 1693- 
1762, Worcester, Mass. Mem- 
ber of His Majesty's Council, 
i743-'62. Deputy from Wood- 
stock, Conn.. i732-'35; from 
Worcester, i738-'39, '5--'53- 



One of the Commissioners to 
treat with the Five Nations, 
1754- Judge, 1754. Chief Jus- 
tice, i757-'62. Col. of Militia. 
Capt, 1736. A. & H. A. Co., 
1734- 

Lea, James H., 120. 

Chandler, Col. William, 

1685, Maryland Provincial 
Forces. In command of the 
Charles Co. Company, 1681. 

Chandler, Walter, Jr., 46. 
Chapik, Capt. Caleb, 1736-1825, 
Bernardson, Mass. Capt. un- 
der Maj. Burke, 1758. 

Chapin, Clifford S., 116. 

Chapin, Deacon Samuel, 

1675, Springfield, Mass. Ap- 
pointed by the General Court 
of Mass. Bay Colony to gov- 
ern Springfield. At its burn- 
ing in King Philip's War. was 
a participant in repelling the 
attack from fortified houses. 

Benton, Arthur B., 202. 

Hicks, Lewis W., 118. 

Picher, Oliver S., 178. 
Chapman, Maj. Jedediah, 1703- 
1764. Lieut, of Weslt Saybrook 
Co., Conn. Troops, 1733. Capt., 
Cape Breton Expedition, 1745. 
Maj., 7th Regt., 1757. Dep- 
uty, Saybrook, i735-'63. 

Clarke, Chauncey H., 176. 
Chap.man, Capt. Robert, 1616-1687, 
Conn. Served in the Pequot 
War under Lieut. Lion Gardi- 
ner, and in King Philip's 
War. Capt., 1675. Deputiy 
from Saybrook, many years, 
and Assistant, 1681-1684. 

Chapman, Edwin N., 46. 

Chappell. George, 1709. 

Served in Pequot War. At 
Fort Fight, 1637. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 
Ch.ase, John, 1st, 1655-1740. Under 
Capt. Turner in Falls Fight, 
King Philip's War. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Chase, Thomas, 1654-1732, New- 
bury, Mass. In Maj. Apple- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



ton's command, King Philip's 
War. 

Conner, John S., 183. 
CheckleVj Col. Samuel, 1653- 
1738, Boston, Mass. Appointed 
Ensign of Capt. Wing's Co., 
Feb., 1685-86. Maj. of the 
Boston Regt., 1702. Lieut.- 
Col., 1706. Col., i7io-'i2. 
Sergt., A. & H. A. Co., 1685, 
'86. Lieut., 1694. Capt., 1700. 
Representative, 1702, '07. 

Smith, Thomas K.. 90. 

Cheever. RicharDj 1709. 

Soldier in King Philip's War 
under Capt. William Turner. 

Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Cheseborough, N-ATHANIEL, 1630- 
1678. In King Philip's War. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Parker, Charles W., 151. 
Cheslev, Tho.mas, 1644-1667, 
Dover, N. H. Killed by In- 
dians at Oyster River, Nov. 
15, 1667. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Chester, M.ajor John, 1635-1698, 

Wethersfield. Trooper, 1658. 
Lieut., 1672. Capt., 1677. Dep- 
un', 1678-1689, Colony of Conn. 

Averill, John C, 132. 
Chew, Benja.min, 1722-1810. 
Member of the Council, Prov- 
ince of Penn., 1755. Commis- 
sioner of Defence of Philadel- 
phia, 1761. Attorney-General, 
I755- Speaker of the Assem- 
bly, 1756. Chief Justice Su- 
preme Court, 1774. 

Gilpin, William B., 54. 

Howard, John D., 96. 
Chew, Col. John, 1590-1655. Mem- 
ber House of Burgesses of 
Virginia from Hog Island, 
i623-'24-'29, ar.d from York 
Co., 1642-1644. 

Booghcr, Frank, 174. 

Boogher, Howard i\I., 174. 

Boogher, John H„ 174. 

Boogher, Lawrence, 175. 

Carleton, Murray, 175. 
Chew, Col. Samuel, 1634-1677. 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1659, and Gov.'s Council, 



1669-1677. Chancellor and 
Secretary of Province. Colonel 
Provincial Forces of Mary- 
land, 1675. 

Boogher, Frank, 174. 

Boogher, Howard M., 174. 

Boogher, John H., 175. 

Boogher, Lawrence, 175. 

Carleton, Murray, 176. 

Ch!cker!ng, Deacon Francis, 

165S, Dedham, Mass. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1649. Deputy, 1644- 
1653. Ensisn. 

Dickerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Woodin, -William H., 72. 

Childs, Richard, , Barnstable, 

Mass. In King Philip's War. 

Ganson, George H., 182. 
Chipman, John, 1615-1708, Barn- 
stable, Mass. Deputy Ply- 
mouth Colony, i663-'66, '68-69. 

Morrell, George C, iii. 

Chittenden, Isaac, 1676, 

Scituate, Plymouth Colony. 
Deputv, 165S, et seq. Killed 
at Scituate, King Philip's War. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Chittenden, Major William, 
1593-1660, Guilford, Conn. In 
1643 elected principal military 
man of New Haven Colony. 
Magistrate of the Plantation. 
Deputy, 1643, et seq. Sergt., 
1648. Lieut., 1653. 

Fulton, Vv'illiam E.. 154. 
Church, Col. Benjamin, 1639- 
1718. Commanded the party 
bv whom King Philip was 
killed. Commander-in-Chief of 
Expedition against the Eastern 
Indians, 1689. 

Munroe, Addison P., 223. 

Munroe, Lyman F., 223. 
Church, Sergt. Richard, 1608- 
1668, Plymouth. In Pequot War. 
Member Plymouth Militar>- 
Co., 1643. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Churchill, John. Member of the 
New Plymouth Co., 1643. 

Baker, Alfred L., 170. 

Churchill, John, 1657 . 

Seried under Cant. Joshua 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Scottow in King Philip's War. 
In Blackpoint Garrison, 1677. 
Baker, Alfred L., 170. 

Churchill, Josiah, i686. In 

Wethersfield Co., of Troop, 
Pequot War. 
Picher, Oliver S., 178. 
Root, Cyrus, 144. 
■ CL.'iGGETT, CapT. ThoMAS, 164O- 

1703. Capt. Calvert Co. Md. 
Militia, i683-'96. 
Berry, Thomas L., 95. 
Clap, Joel, 1726-1770, Sudbury, 
Mass. In Col. Jones' and Col. 
Ruggles' Regts., 1759. 
Lea, James H., 120. 
Clapp (Clap), Capt. Roger, 1609- 
1692, Dorchester, Mass. Lieut., 
Dorchester Co., 1644. 2nd 
Sergt., A. & H. A. Co., 1646. 
Lieut., 1655. Capt. Dorchester 
Co. Capt. at the Castle, 1665- 
1686. Deputy, i652-'73. 
Arnold, Luther B., 189. 

Clark, Capt. Christopher, 

1753. Virginia Militia, Han- 
over Co., 1727. 
Evans, Charles C, 176. 
Greve, Clifford, 177. 
Clark, Daniel, 1622-1710. Lieut., 
1st Troop under Capt. John 
Mason, 1657-1658. Capt., 1664- 
1680. Sec. Colony of Conn., 
165S-1663. Deputy, 1656-1665. 
Magistrate, 1662-1664. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Short, John C, 182. 
Clark, Israel, 1734.-1810. Private, 
Conn. Troops, 1761, '62, '70. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Clark, John, 1614-1674. Private 
inPequotWar. Dep. for Hart- 
ford, 1641-44; for Saybrook, 
i649-'6o; for Milford, i666-'68. 
Clarke, Chauncey H., 176. 

Clark, Sergt. John, 1673, 

Saybrook, Conn. Sergt., New 
Haven Colony, 1642-1644. Clerk 
of Train Band, 1647. 
Clark, Eliot A., 104. 
Clark, Thomas, 1599-1697. Dep- 
uty, Plymouth Colony, 1651- 
1655. In Pequot War. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 



Baker, George F., 147. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Clark, Capt. Timothy, 1657-1737, 
Boston, Mass. Capt. of the 
North and South Batteries, 
Representative, 1700. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Clark, Lieut. V\"ill!am, 1609-1690. 
King Philip's War. 

Chapin, Clifford S., 116. 

Thompson, Royal W., 142. 

Clarke, Capt. Daniel, 1696. 

Capt., Anne Arundel County 
forces, Md., 1696. 

Magruder, Caleb C, Jr., 144. 

Wells, Walter A., 143. 
Clarke, Edward, 1712-1799, Med- 
way, Mass. Served under 
Capt. Nathaniel Whiting and 
Capt. Edward Clark, in the 
French and Indian Wars of 
1745 and 1754. In garrison 
at Crown Fort, 1754. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Clarke (Clark), Hugh, 1613- 
1693, Roxbury, Mass. Mem- 
ber of the Roxbury Artillery 
Co., 1666. 

Litchfield, Milford J., 109. 
Clarke, Joseph, 161S-1694. Named 
as Governor's Assistant In the 
Rhode Island Charter of 1663. 
Assistant In 165S, ct seq. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Clarke, Joseph, 1642-1702. Dep- 
rtv to the General Court of 
Mass., from Medfield, 1696. 

Callender, Harry R., 197. 

Clarke, Capt. Th'o.mas, 16S3, 

Boston, Mass. Capt., A. & H. 
A. Co., i653-'65. Commis- 
sioner, 1652, et seq. Gov.'s 
Ass't., 1673. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 
Clarke, Gov. Walter, i 639-1714. 
Deputy, 1667, et seq. Assist- 
ant, 1673, '74, '99. Deputy- 
Governor, 1679, ^t ■"■?■ Gov- 
ernor, 1676, et seq. Councillor, 
16S6, under Andros. Lleut.- 
Col., 1711. 



IXDEX OF AXCESTORS AXD DESCEXD.-LKTS. 



Rotch, William, 113. 
Clarkson, Matthew, 1666-1702. 
Commissioned in 1689 by 
William III. Secretary of the 
Color.v of New York. 
Du Eois, Ernest B., 19S. 

Claypoole, Norton, 16S8. 

Member of the Assembly of 
Pennsylvania for Sussex Coun- 
ty (Delaware) in 16S6. 
Connell, Robert, i.].',. 
Clement (Clements). Robert, 
1590-1658, Haverhill, Mass. 
Deputy, 1647-1653. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Cleveland, Aaron, 1655-1716, Wo- 
burn, Mass. Of Capt. Cut- 
ler's Co., at Sudbury, Lan- 
caster and Marlboro, King 
Philip's War. 
Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Cleveland, Rev. Ebenezer, 1725- 
1305. Chaplain of a Mass. 
Regt. in the French and In- 
dian V.'ar, i758-'6o. Expedi- 
tion to Canada, 1759. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 
Cleveland, Joshh, 1667-1709, Wo- 
burn and Chelmsford, Mass., 
and Canterbury, Conn. In 
the Indian War, 16S8-9; also 
in the garrison in the West 
Regiment of Middlesex, 1691-2. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 
Cleveland, Moses, 1624-1701/2, 
Woburn, Mass. Member of 
Militia, 1676. In garrison at 
Chelmsford, Mass., 1675. In 
King Philip's War. 
Brvant, W. Sohier, 41;. 
Jordan, Charles P., 166. 
Cobb, Henry, 1679, Barn- 
stable, Plymouth Colony. Dep- 
uty, 1645, ^' -f^?- 
Morrell, Geor.se C, in.. 
Teed, Freem.an G., 201. 
Coddington, Gov. Willia.m, 1601- 
1678. Assistant, Mass. Bay 
Colony, i630-'37. Treasurer, 
i634-'36. Deputy from Bos- 
ton to Mass. General Court, 
i6;6-'37. Judge (Chief-Execu- 
tivel of Aquidneck, 1638, and 
of Newport, i639-'40. Gov. 



of Portsmouth and Newport, 
i640-'47. Assistant, 1647. Presi- 
dent of the four united towns, 
i648-'49. Commissioner, 1656- 
'63. Deputy, 1666. Assistant, 
i666-'67. Deputy-Governor, 
i673-'7J.. Governor, i674-'76, 
•78. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Coffin, Tristram, 1605-1681. Com- 
missioner a; Salisbury, Mass., 
1655. Chief Magistrate for 
Nnntucket under Gov. Love- 
lace, 1671. 

Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 

Gardner, John C. F., 53. 

Mcgrath, John, 183. 

Merrill, John L., 150. 

Rotch, William, 113. 

Trun:an, Henry H., 151. 
C0GCE;HALL, PrES. JoHN, 1591-1647, 
R. I. Pres. Colon}' and Prov. 
Plantations, 16.17. Gov.'s Asst., 
1640-1644. Moderator, 1647. 
Deputy, Mass., !6;.;--i637. 

Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Tophara, Theophilus, 225. 
COGGESHALL, JOIIN, 2nd, 1618-I708. 

Dep.-Gov., 16S6-1650. Gov.'s 
Assr., 1663, et seq. Major of 
the Island, 1683-1685. General 
Recorder, 1676, et seq. Gen- 
eral Treasurer, 1664, et seq. 
Deputy, 1665, et seq. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

COGGESHALL, JoSHU.A, 1623-1688. 
Governor's Assistant, R. I., 
1669, i672-'76. Deputy, 1664, 
et seq. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

CoGGSWELL, John, ist, 1592-1669. 
Deputy, i6'!4-'37. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 

Cogswell, Capt. Jonathan, 1661- 
1717. In the Expedition against 
Quebec, 1690. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 

Colby, William, 1740 , Haver- 
hill, Mass. In Capt. Edmund 
Mnnre's Co., Col. Jonathan 
Bagley's Regt., 1758. In Capt 
Henry Brown's Co., 1760, '61, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Rucker, William C, 113. 
CoLCORD, Samuel, 1655-1736. Lieut. 
Representative, 1682. In gar- 
rison at Oyster River, 1696. 
\^'ood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 71. 
Cole, Daniel, 1614-1694. Member 
of Yarmouth Militia, 1643. 
Deputy, Plymouth Colony, 
1654, et seq. 
Cole, Amedee B., 176. 
Cole, Hugh, 1627-1699, Swansey, 
Plymouth Colony. Deputy, 
i673-'75, '80, '83-'86, '89. 
Morrell, George C, iii. 

Cole, Samuel, ist, 1693. 

Member of Assembly, Prov. of 
N. J., i683-'85. 
Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 

Cole, Samuel, 2d, 1728. 

Member of Assembly, Prov. 
of N. J., i72i-'23. 
Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 

Cole, Capt. WiLLL\it, 1678. 

Capt. of Md. Provincial 
Troops, i674-'75. 
Boogher, Howard M., 174. 
Carleton, Murray, 176. 
CoLE.MAN. Thomas,' 1600-1674. Ap- 
pointed to procure men and 
necesaries for the expedition 
against Ninigret, Narragansett 
War, 1654. Deputy, Conn., 
i65i-'54, '56. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Collier, William, 1670. Gov.'s 

Asst., 1634-1665, Plymouth Col. 
Commissioner to United Col- 
onies, 1643. Representative, 
Member Council of War, 
1642, et scq. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Brown, Philip G., 231. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Collins, Edvvakd, 1603-1689. Dep- 
uty', Mass., 1654-1670. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 
Collins, Lieut. Nathaniel, 1709- 
17S5. Lieut, in Col. William 
Pepperrell's Regt., Mass. 
Troops, 1744, and served at 
the siege and capture of Louis- 
burg. 
Collins, Holdridge O., 202. 



Collins, Sa.muel, 1636-1696, Mid- 
dletown, Conn. Deputv, 1672. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 

Colt, Capt. John, 1658-1751, Lyme, 
Conn. Ens., 1709. Lieut., 1717. 
Capt,, 1723. Deputy, 1712, '19, 

'22-'26, '2S-'31. 

Bagley, George C, 189. 
Colton, Quarterm.aster George, 

1699, Springfield, Mass. 

Q. M. Hampshire Co. Troop, 
1663. In King Philip's War. 
Deputy, i669-'7i-'77. 
Allen, Oliver F., 42. 

CoMEEs, Maj. William, 1690, 

Talbot Co., Md. Lieut., Tal- 
bot Co. Militia, 1678. .Maj. of 
Horse, 16S9. 
Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 
CoNANT, John, 1652-1724, Beverlv, 
Mass. In King Philip's War, 
Capt. Appleton's Co. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 71. 

CoNANT, Lot, 1624 , Beverly, 

Mass. In Capt. Joseph Gardi- 
ner's Co., King Philip's V/ar. 
Wood, Eric F., 68. 
Wood, William B., 71. 
CoNANT, Gov. Roger, 1592-1679, 
Beverl}-, Mass. Gov. Colony at 
Cape Ann, 1625-1626, and 
Salem, 1627-1629. bepun% 1634. 
Fitz Gerald, Desmond, lis. 
Prentiss, Nathaniel A., 64. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Wood, Eric F., 6S. 
Wood, William B., 70. 
Conselyea, Pieter. Private in 
Capt. Francis Titus' Co., 
Kings County Militia, 1715. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Constable, Surgeon John, 1728- 
17S5. Surgeon in the British 
Army, French War, 1762. 
Subsequently Surgeon, ist 
Regt. Prov. of N. Y. 
Bickneli, George A.. 43. 
Converse (Convfrs), Dea. Edward, 
1590-1663, Woburn, Mass. Dep- 
utv, 1660, Mass. Bay Colony. 
Blagden, Edward R., 174. 
Thompson, Mackey J., 191. 
Converse, Lieut. Ta.me;, 1620-1715, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Charlestown and Woburn, 
Mass. Lieut., King Philip's 
War. Deputy-, 1679. 

Blagden, Edward R., 174. 

Griffin, Henry A., 148. 
Converse, M.^jor J-\.vies, 1645- 
1706, Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 
1679-1692. Speaker, 1699, 1703- 
1703. Commander at defence 
of Storer's Garrison, 1691- 
1692. Major. 

Blagden, Edward R., 174. 

Griffin, Henry A., 148. 
CoocH (GoocH), Capt. Thom.-vs, 

1788. Capt. Del. Colonial 

Militia, French and Indian 
War, 1756. 

Gest, Alexander P., 87. 
COOK(e), M.4J0R Aarok, 1610- 
1690, Westfield, Mass. Mem- 
ber of Windsor Troop of 
Horse, 1658. Maj. of Hartford 
Troop, 1658. Deputy, 1668. 
Ens., 1676. Capt. of garrison 
at Westfield in King Philip's 
War. 

Chapin, Clifford S., 116. 

Hawks, Frederick E., 107. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Coox, Capt. Aaron, 2nd, 1641- 
1716. Ens., 1663. Capt., 1678- 
1713, Hadley Militia. Deputy, 
1689, et seq. 

Hawks, Frederick E., 107. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 109. 
Cook(e), Mordecal. Burgess, Vir- 
ginia Assembly for Gloucester 
Co., 1702, 1714. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 

Cooke, Arthur, 1699. Dep. 

to the General Court of R. I., 
1681. Member of Provincial 
Council of Pa., 16S6, '88, '90. 
President of Council, 16S6, '92. 
One of the five Commissioners 
appointed by William Penn to 
govern the Province of Pa., 
1688. Speaker of Pa. Assembly, 
16S9. Assistant to Gov. Mark- 
ham, i696-'99. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
CooKE, Francis, 1583-1663. The 
17th signer of the Compact on 



the Mayflo-j;er, Nov. ir, 1620. 
Member of Mylcs Standish's 
Co. and in expedition against 
the Indians. Member of Ply- 
mouth Military Co., 1643. 

Chapman, Edwin N., 46. 

Robinson, Roswell R., 124. 
CooLiDGE, John, 1604-1691, Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy, 1658. 

Coolidge, Louis A., 140. 

Hazelton, Willard C, 162. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 
CooLiDGE, Ensign John, 1630-1691, 
V/afertown, NIass. Ensign, 
serving in King Philip's War, 
1676. 

Clark, Byron N., 163. 

Coolidge, Howard K., 47. 

Coolidge, Louis A., 140. 
Coo.MBS, Francis, 1633-16S2. In 
Lieut. John Tomson's Co. in 
garrison at Middieborough, 
Mass., at outbreak of King 
Philip's War. One of the 
Council of War. 

Talbot, Archie L., 231. 

Cooper, John, 1689. Member 

New Haven Militia, 1643. 
Corp. under Lieut. Robert 
Seeley, Dutch and Indian 
troubles, i654-'55. Deputy, 
1661, '62, '65, '66, '71, '74. 
Signer of the Compact, 1639. 
Governor's Assistant and mem- 
ber of Council of War. 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Lines, Harvey K., 77. 
Cooper, William, 1632-1710, West 
Jersey. Member Legislature, 
1682, and Assembly, 16S2, et 
seq. Member of the Council 
of Proprietors. 1688. 

Ware, Edwin M., 191. 

Ware, George B., 191. 

Ware, Howard F., 191. 

Ware, Robert L., 191. 
Cornell, Thomas, 1595-1656, West- 
chester Co., N. Y. Ens., Ports- 
mouth, R. I., Militia, 1642-1644. 
Served under Gov. Kieft 
against Indians. 

Delafield, Edward C, 47. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Ellimaii, Lav'rence B., 50. 

Cornish, Benjamin, 1736. In 

Capt. Daniel Stevenson's Co., 
Newtown, Queens County, 
N. Y., In 1715. 

Murphy, William D., 62. 
CORSEN, LlEUT.-CoL. CHRISTIAN, 
1765. Ensign in Capt. Au- 
gust Graham's North Co., 
Richmond County, N. Y., 1715. 
Lieut.-Col., Richmond County, 
1738. 

Poillon, Arthur, 63. 

Poillon, William, 63. 
CoRSEN (Corson), Capt. Cornelius, 
1645-1693. Capt. of a Co. at 
Brooklyn, Apr. 9, 1685. Capt. 
of Foot, North and East part 
of Staten Island, Richmond 
County, N. Y., 16S9. 

Mersereau, John D., 198. 

Poillon, Arthur, 63. 

Poillon. William, 63. 
CoRSEN, Cornelius, 1731-1789. Pri- 
vate in Capt. Abraham De 
Forest's N. Y. Company, Cam- 
paign of 1761, French War. 

Poillon, Arthur, 63. 

Poillon, William, 64. 
Courtney, Lieut. Thom.^s, 1641- 
1706. Council of Md., 1675. 
Cornet, 1676. Lieut., 1678. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Courts, Col. John, 1655-1702, 
Charles County, Md. In the 
Protestant Revolution of Md. 
Member of the first Governor's 
Council of Md. 

Courts, James C, 140. 
COUWENHOVEN, J.^N GeRRITSEN, 

1639 . Member of Leis- 

ler's Council, 1689. Member 
of the Court of Exchequer, 
1690. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
CoUWENHOVEN, NiCASIUS JANSE, 
16S1-1749. Soldier in Col. 
Stillwell's Kings Co. Regt., 
1715. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
CowDiN, Capt. Thomas, 1720-1792, 
Fitchburg, Mass. Sergt., Louis- 
burg Expedition, 1745. Bearer 
of dispatches prior to French 



and Indian War. In Nova 
Scotia Expedition, 1755. Ens., 
1756, under Capt. James Put- 
nam, drafted from the Hamp- 
shire and Worcester Co.'s 
Regt. for Crown Point and 
Lake Champlain. 2nd Lieut., 
1756, Capt. Simon Sefferd's 
Co. Capt., 1761, in Col. Rich- 
ard Saltonstall's Regt. 

Covvdin, Winthrop, 47. 
Covvles, John, 1675, Farming- 
ton, Conn. Deputy, 1653-1654. 

Enders, John O., 133. 
Crabb, Ralph, i 694-1 734. Member 
of the General Assembly of 
Md. from Prince George 
County, i7i9-'33- 

Monnette, Mervin J., 198. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Craft, Lieut. Griffin, 1609- 1689, 
Roxbury. Deputy, i638-'63-'67. 

Sergt. of Militia, . Lieut., 

i653-'75-'76. 

Crafts, John C, 117. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

Thayer, Charles I., 125. 
Crane, Jasper, circ. 1605-1681. 
Deputy, 1653-1658. Governor's 
A.ssistant, 1662-3667. Deputy 
Provincial Assembly, East 
Jersey, 1667-1673. 

Haines, John P., 54. 

Parmly, Jay F., 149. 
Crake, Jasper, Jr., 1651-1712. East 
Jersev Provincial Forces, 1675- 
1676.' 

Haines, John P., 54. 
Crane, Lieut. Jon.athan, 1658- 
1734. Ens. and Lieut, of Mili- 
tia at Windham, Conn. Dep- 
uty, 1701, et seq. 

Crane, Roy E., 104. 
Crawford, David, 1662-1762. Mem- 
ber of Va. House of Burgesses 
from New Kent County, 1692. 

Rodes, Joseph H., 179. 
Cresap, Capt. Thomas, 1702-1788, 
Old Town, Md. Capt. of a 
Company against the Indians, 
1755- 

Bruce, Webster, 103. 
Croessen, Hendrick, 1760/61. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Private in Cap:. August Gra- 
ham's Nortli Company, Rich- 
mond County, N. Y., 1715. 
Poillon, Arthur, 63. 
Poillon, William, 63. 
Crocker, William, 1612 - 1692. 
Scituate and Barnstable, Mass. 
Deputy, Mass., i670-'7i-'74- 
Member of Lieut. 1 homas 
Dimmock's Co. of Barnstable, 
Mass., 1643. 
Crocker, David, 104. 
Hubbard, Phineas, loS. 

Cross, Robert, , Ipswich, Mass. 

In Pequot War. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Crouch, William, 1627-167S, 
Charlesto-.vn, Mass. Soldier in 
King Philip's War under Capt. 
Joseph Sill, 1675. 
Daniels, Edwin A., 105. 
Daniels, Richard H., 105. 
Crowell, Yelverton, 1643-1683, 
Yarmouth, Plymouth Co!on3'. 
Deputy to General Court, 1663- 
'66. With Yarmouth Troops 
at Mount Hope in June, 1675. 
Eldridge, Edric, 117. 

Crumb, Daniel, 1713. Soldier 

from Conn., King Philip's 
War. 
Crumb, Leverett F., 47. 

Cruttende.v, Abraham, 1683. 

Governor's Assistant, Colony 
of New Haven, 1639, and 
Treas. of Conn., 1675-1680. 
Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
CULBERTSON, CAPT. ALEXANDER, 
1714-1756. Capt. of a Co. in 
the 2d Battalion, Provincial 
Troops of Cumberland Co., 
Pa., under Col. James Bird, 
I755"'56. Also Capt. of a Co. 
under Col. John Armstrong, 
and was killed in an engage- 
ment witii the Indians at the 
Battle of Bloody Run, some- 
times known as the Battle of 
Sideling Hill, Pa., April 2, 
1756. 
Martin, James, 60. 
Culver, Edward, i 600-1 68 5. One 
of the English Volunteers in 



the Narragansett War. Served 
in King Philip's War. 
Cook, Joseph T., 47. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
Pearson, William H.. 123. 
CuMMiNGS, Isaac, 1633-abt. 1721, 
Ipswich, Mass. Priiate in the 
Narragansett War. 
Cummins, Thomas K., 105. 
Currier, Ephraim, 1741 , Ches- 
ter, N. H. At Crown Point, 
1755, in Capt. Thomas Tash's 
Co., Col. Blanchard's Regt. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Currier, Richard, 1617-1687, Salis- 
bury, Mass. In King Philip's 
War. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
Curtis, John, ist, 1698. Mem- 
ber First Assembly, held by 
William Penn at Philadelphia, 
i683-'£4-'86, and of the Coun- 
cil, 16SS-1697. 
Barratt, Norris S., 87. 
Curtis, Sergt. John, 1611-1707. 
Sergt., Stratford, Conn., 1675. 
In king Philip's War. 
Burton, Lewis W., 194. 
Moses, Zebina, 144. 
Curtis, Lieut. Jonathan, 1644-1681, 
Stratford, Conn. Lieut, of 
Train Band. 
Wead, Leslie C, 126. 
Curtis, Ens. Thomas, 1648-1736, 
Stratford, Conn. Ensign, Wal- 
lingford Train Band, 1704. 
Deputy for \Valijngford to 
Conn.' General Court, 1689, 
1717, 1718. 
Moses, Zebina, 144. 

Curtis (s), Capt. William, 

1702. Capt., Train Band, Strat- 
ford, Conn., 1672. Capt. Forces 
of Fairfield, Conn., i673-'75. 
Member Com.- of Safety, 1673. 
Deputy, 1667, ct seq. 
Perry, John P. H., 63. 
Wead, Leslie C, 126. 
Gushing, Jok'n, Sr., 1627-1708, 
Scituate, Mass. Deputy, Ply- 
mouth Col., 1674, et seq. Gov.'s 
Asst., 1689-1691. Deputy, 

Mass., 1692. 
Cutler, Fred A., 189. 



LVDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



CusHiNG, Hon. John, 2d, 1660- 
1738. Member of Governor's 
Council of Mass., lyio-'aS. 
Smith, Frederick E., 224. 
CusH.M.w, IsA.^c, 1647-1732, Plymp- 
ton, Mass. Deputy, i690-'9i. 
Chapin, Clifford S., 116. 

CUSHMAN, CAPT. N.XTHANIEL, I7I2- 
1793, Plymptoa, Mass., and 
Lebano.T, Conn. Capt. of Leb- 
anon troops, Campaign of 1759, 
French and Indian War. 

Carr, William, Jr., 45. 
Cutler, Ensign James, i 606-1694, 
Lexington, Mass. Ens., Lex- 
ington Military Co. In King 
Philip's War. ' 

Bates, George B., 74. 

Bates, William G., 74. 
CuYLER, Major Hendrick, 1637- 
1691. Major of all Foot Com- 
panies in the City and County 
of N. Y., French and Indian 
War, 1689. 

Clinch, Richard F., 166. 

Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 

■Van Schaick, Harrison L., i6S. 
CuiXER, Johannes, 1661 , Al- 
bany, N. Y. Justice of the 
Peace, 1699. Member of Assem- 
bly, 1705, et seq. Indian Com- 
missioner, 1706, et seq. Mayor 
of Albany, 1725, 1726. 

Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 

Dale, Maj. Edward, 1694, 

Lancaster Co., Va. Member of 
Va. House of Burgesses. Maj. 
in Va. Militia. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Danforth, Capt. Jonathan, 1628- 
1712, Billerica, Mass. Lieut., 
1675. Capt., 1683. Dwelling u?ed 
as a garrison. King Philip's 
War. Deputy, 1685. 
Bryant, Jnmes S., 189. 
Geer, Danforth, 53. 
Geer, Olin P., 53. 
Geer, Walter, 53. 
White, Joseph F., 115. 
Danforth, Ens. Jonathan, 1658- 
1710, Billerica, Mass. In gar- 



rison at Billerica, Mass., King 
Philip's War. 
Geer, Walter, 53. 

Daniel, Captain Jeremiah, 1720- 
1806, Medway, Mass. In Cap- 
tain Nathaniel Whiting's Com- 
pany, 1745. In Captain Jona- 
than Adams' Company in ex- 
pedition under Lord London, 
1759. Ensign, Captain Thomas 
Metcalf's (Medwav) Company, 
Colonel Gridley's Regiment 
(First Suffolk Regiment), 1766, 
Captain, First ^iedway Com- 
pany, Colonel El'phalet Pond's 
Regiment (First Regiment of 
Militia in Suffolk County), 1771. 
Daniels, Edwin A., 105. 
Daniels, Richard H., 105. 

Darnall, Dep.-Gov. Henry, 

1711. Col. of Horse. Dep.- 
Gov. of Md., 1684, et seq. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 

Davenport, Abraham, 1715-1789, 
Stamford, Conn. Member of 
committee to furnish supplies 
to Stamford, Conn., 175S. 
*Davenport, John, 133. 

D.avenport, Capt. Richard, 

1665, Boston. Ens., 1634. Lieut., 
1637. Wounded in Pequot Ex- 
pedn. Capt. of the Castle, 1642- 
1665. A. & H. a. Co., 1639, 
Representative, 1637. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 

D.Avis, Major John, 1634-1718, 
York, Maine. Capt. by 1665. 
Deputy-President of Maine, 
i68o-'85. Lieut., Capt., and 
Sergt.,-Maj., for the Province 
of Maine. 
Fall, Charles G., 117. 

Davis, Capt. John, 1654-1717. Capt. 
of Foot Co. for Talbott County, 
Md., Militia, i689-'96. Justice, 
i692-'94. 
Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 

D.-ivis, JosiAH, 1656 , Barnstable, 

Plymouth Colony. In Captain 
John Gorham's Company in 
King Philip's War. Grantee in 
Township No. 7, Gorham, Me. 
Sprague, Frank W., 125. 

* Deceased. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Davis, Simon, 1740-1818, Acton. 
Mass. Soldier in Capt. Davis' 
(Acton Co.) Company, April 22, 
1757- 
Allen, Frederick W., 222. 
D.MVEs, Lieut. Ambrose, 1642-1705. 
Member A. & H. A. Co., 1674. 
Lieut., King Philip's War. 
Wounded at Fort Pemaquid, 
Maine, 1692. 
Hammond, Samuel, 107. 
Day, Timothy, 1653-1748. In the 
garrison at Chelmsford, Mass., 
1676, in King Philip's War. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Day, Timothy, 16S0-1757, Glouces- 
ter, Mass., and York, Me. On 
Sept. 21, 1707, he was one of 
eight men and a boy in two shal- 
lops at Winter Harbor, Me., who 
were attacked by a large force of 
Indians in many canoes. After 
a hot fight, the Indians were re- 
pulsed with a loss of about 
thirty. Under Ensign Wm. 
Hilton, Nov. 8, 1711, aided in 
recapture of sloop taken from 
York Harbor by French and 
Indians. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Dearborn, Reuben, 1707-1790. 
Trooper in Capt. Nathaniel 
Drake's Mounted Scouts, King 
George's War, July and Au- 
gust, 1746, in and about Not- 
tingham, N. H. 
Dearborn, Frederick M., 47. 
Decker, Gerrit. Member of Capt. 
Johannes Vernooy's Co., Col. 
Jacob Rutsen's Regt., in service 
against the Indians, 1715. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 
De Forest, Is.'.ac, 1616-1674, Har- 
lem, X. Y. Burgher Corps, 
1664. One of the Nine Men, 
New Amsterdam, 1652. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Sanford, George D., 64. 

De Key, Jacob, 1691. Killed 

in the Leicester troubles. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
DE LA MOSTAGNE, GeN. JoIIANNES, 



1596-1670. Commander at Man- 
hattan Island, i640-'45. Sent 
to defence of Fort Good Hope, 
1641. Supreme Councillor under 
Gov. Kieft, i638-'46. Member 
of Stuyvesant's Council, --B^y- 
'56. Vice-Director Fort Orange, 
i656-'64. Member of Conven- 
tion of 1653. Commissioner of 
Fortification, 1654. 

Elliraan, Lawrence B., 50. 
De la Noye, Philip, 1602-1681. 
Duxbury, Mass. In Capt. 
Myles Standish's Co., 1643. 
In Co., raised by Lieut. Wil- 
liam Holmes, Pequot War, 
1637. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
De.ming, Sergt. Jonathan, circ. 
1639-1700, Wethersfield, Conn. 
Sergt. in Wethersfield Train 
Band, . 

Booth, Charles E., 116. 
Denison, Capt. George, 1620-1694. 
Capt. New London Co. Forces, 
King Philip's War, under 
Major Mann and Major Tal- 
cott. Second in command to 
Major Treat, Great Swamp 
Fight. Served on the frontier. 
Captured Indian Chief Canon- 
chet, 1676. Capt. of the Volun- 
teers, 1689. Chosen, with Ma- 
jor Mason, to assist the Pequot 
Chiefs to govern their tribes. 
Assistant and Deputy from 
Stonington, Conn. 

Brown, John B., 75. 

Cadle, Cornelius, 175. 

Denison, Egbert C, 48. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Harris, Williams C, 212. 

Higgins, Edward E., 55. 

Ludlam, Percy C, 60. 

Murray, William, 62. 

Perkins, Merritt G., 149. 

Denison, John, 1683, Ipswich, 

Mass. In King Philip's War. 
Under Captain Thomas Loth- 
rop at "Bloody Brook," Sep- 
tember, 18, 1675. In Major 
Samuel Appleton's Company 
at Great Swamp Fight, De- 
cember 19, 1675. Wounded 



7;V£>£.Y OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



there and left at Rhode Island 
until "recovery." Narragan- 
sett grantee. 

Dorman, William B., 117. 
Denison, \'i'lLLiAM, 1586-1653. Dep- 
uty, 1634. Member Ro.xburv 
Militia, 1636. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Dent, Capt. John, 1660-1711/12, 
St. Mary's County, Md. In the 
Expedition against Susque- 
hannock. Indian Fort, i68o-'8i. 
Capt. of Train Band, Chap- 
tico Hundred in St. Mary's 
Co., Md., leSg-'gi, '94-'95. 

Dent, Louis A., 140. 

DE Rapelje, Joris Jaxsen, 

1665. Representative from 
Waal-boght, 1641. One of the 
Twelve Men. Magistrate, 
1655. 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Hargitt, Robert P., 182. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

McKesson, Irving, 78. 

Poillon, William, 63. 

Williamson, Thomas W., 97. 

Deshon, Maj. Moses, 1710-1779. 

Maj., Mass. Militia, 1756. 

Cox, John L., 91. 

DE SiLLE, NiCASIUSj 160O-1694. 

Council, 1653-1660. Schout Fis- 
cal, New Netherlands, 1658- 
1660. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

McKesson, Irving, 78. 

Perry, .Alexander, 62. 
DevereU.x: (Devericks), John, 1643- 
1694. Soldier in King Philip's 
War under Capt. Hunting. In 
Sudburv Fight. 

Dennis, Edwa'rd, 48. 
Dewev, Sergt. Josiah, 1640-1732, 
Lebanon, Conn. Sergt. at West- 
field, Mass., during King 
Philip's War. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 123. 

Dewey, Cornet Thomas, 164S. 

Cornet of Windsor, Conn., 
Troop. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 123. 



DeWitt, Andries, 1657-1710, Kings- 
ton, N. Y. Member of Capt. 
Hendrickus Beekman's Co. of 
Troopers, Kingston, 1686. Capt. 
Kingston Co., Associated Ex- 
empts. 
Roosa, DeWitt, 64. 
De Wolf, Balthasar, 1623-1696, 
Lyme Militia, Conn., 1668. 
Perry, Alexander, 62. 
Dexter, Rev. Gregory, i 610-1700, 
Providence, R. I. Commissioner, 
i65i-'54. President of the Col- 
ony, i653-'54. Deputy, i654-'55. 
Bicknell, Eugene P., 43. 
Bicknell, George A., 43. 
Blount, George D., 210. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
De.xter, John, 1639-1677. Soldier 
from Maiden in King Philip's 
War, 1676. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 
Dexter, Major John, 1652-1706. 
Deputy, 16S0, '84, '85, '86, '90, 
'94, '96, '97, '98, i7oo-'o5. Town 
Council, i688-'89, i7oo-'oi. As- 
sistant, i690-'9i. Speaker, 
House of Delegates, i704-'o5. 
Lieut., Regt. of Mainland, 
169S. Capt., i698-'99. Major, 
1699-1705. 
Bicknell, George A., 43. 
Cadle, Cornelius, 175. 
Dibelee, Ebenezer, 1641-1675, 
Windsor, Conn. In Captain 
Samuel Marshall's Companv, 
King Philip's War. Killed at 
the Great Swamp Fight, De- 
cember 19, 1675. 
Ketchum, Charles J., 119. 

Dickinson, Sergt. John, 1676, 

Wethersfield, Conn. Sergt., 1657. 
Slain in Falls Fight. 
Smith, Henry E., 191. 
Dickinson, N.athaniel, 1615-1676, 
Conn. In Hampshire Guard 
under Capt. John Pynchon, 
1663, against the Indians. Dep- 
uty, 1642. 
Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 
Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Dickinson, Sergt. Cb.miah, 1641- 
169S, Hatfield. In Hampshire 



338 



IXDEX OF AXCESTORS AXD DESCENDANTS. 



Troop, 1663. Captured by the 
Indians, 1677. 
Smith, William D. G., 15S. 
DiGGES, Gov. Edward, 1621-1675. 
Member of Council, 1654. Gov. 
of Va., i656-'5S. 
Smith, Willam D. G., 157. 

DiGGES, Col. William, 1698. 

Member Md. Councl, i68i-'89. 
Dep.-Gov. of Md., 1684. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
DiMMOCK, Captain Thomas, 1664- 
1697, Barnstable, Plymouth 
Colony. Captain of a Company 
which fought the Indians at 
Winagants where he was killed, 
9 September, 1697. 
Sprague, Frank W., 125. 
DiMON', Capt. Moses, 1672-1748. 
Lieut., 1709. Capt., 1711, Fair- 
field, Conn. Deputy, 1722. 
McClintock, Emon,-, 151. 
DoAXE, John, 1591-1686. Governor's 
Assistant, i632-'35-'39. Member 
of Plymouth Military Co., 1643. 
Deputy-, Plymouth, 1639-1642; 
Eastham, 1649, et seq. 
Brvant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Farrand, Jacob S., Jr., 212. 
DoANE, John, Jr., 1635-1708, East- 
ham. Deputy, Plymouth Col., 
1685, et seq. 
Brvant, W. Sohier, 45. 
Dodge, Capt. John, 1636-1728, Bev- 
erly, Mass. In Troop of Horse 
under Capt. John Whipple in 
King Philip's War, 1676; also 
under Capt. Curwin. Capt. of 
Beverly Troop, 1690. Repre- 
sentative, 1693, et seq. 
Barnes, George E., 42. 
Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Dodge, Willia.m, 1604-1692, Bev- 
erly, Mass. In King Philip's 
War under Capt. Curwin. 
Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Dodge, Captain William, 1640- 
1720, Beverly, Mass. Served 
against the Narragansetts in 
1675. Selectman of Beverly, 
1684. Representative from 
Marblehead, 1699. Captain, 

Lord, Charles £., 121. 



Doolittle, Sergt. Abraham, 1620- 
1690, Wallingford, Conn. 
Member of Vigilance Com- 
mittee, King Philip's War. 
Deputv, New Haven and 
Wallingford. Sergt. 
Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 
Dorr, Capt. Ebenezer, 1687/88- 
1760, Roxbury, Mass. Capt., 
Roxbury Mil'itary Co., 1733- 
'34- 
Dorr, Alfred, 105. 

DoRSEV, Major Edward, 1705. 

Major of Militia, Anne 
Arundel Co., Md., 1694. 
Lee, Howard H. M., 96- 
Dorsey, Hon. John, 1663-1714- 
Commissioner, Anne Arundel 
Co., Md., 1694. Burgess, 1692, 
1701-1703. Member of Coun- 
cil, 1710-1714. 
Berrv, Thomas L., 95. 
Lawrence, F. Walter, 148. 
Morgan, John H., 96. 
Dotey (DoTi-), Edw-\rd, i599-'655> 
Plvmouth. In "First En- 
counter," Dec. 8 (O. S.), 1620. 
Member of Capt. Mvles Stand- 
ish's first Military Co., 1621, 
at Plvmouth. Also 1643. 
Greve, "Cliflford, 177. 
Douglas, William, 1742-1777. 
Served in expedition which re- 
sulted in the surrender of Que- 
bec, 1759. 
Maltby, Julius, 135. 
Douglas(s), William, 1610-1682, 
New London, Conn. Cora, of 
the Armv, Prov. of Conn., 
King Philip's War. Deputy, 
1672-1675. 
Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Douglass, John, 1713-1804. Ensign 
of Pa. Militia, 1756. Member 
of Pa. Assemblv, 1756, 1761- 
•63. 
Brown, John D., 87. 
Dow, Capt. Henry, 1634-1707, 
Hampton, N. H. Ens., Hamp- 
ton Military Co., 16S9. Capt., 
1692. 
Bennett, Larkin E., n6. 
Downing, E.vianuel, 1585-1658, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Ipswich, Mass. Assistant, 
1639-1649. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 

Drake, Capt. Francis, 16S7, 

New Piscataway, N. J. Capt. 
of Military Forces, i675-'7S. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Drake, George, 1663-1709. Mem- 
ber General Assembly of 
N. J., 168S. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Drake, John, 1656-1739. Deputy 
to General Assembly of N. J., 
1693. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Drake, Joseph, 1681-1751. Private 
in Col. Thomas Farmers' N. J. 
Regt., 1715. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Draper, Capt. James, 3d, 1654- 
1698, Dedham, Mass. In King 
Philip's War. 
Kent, Daniel, 119. 
Drew, Corp. Eben, 1709-1756, 
Kingston, Mass. In Crown 
Point Expedition, 1755-56. 
Hills, Joseph L., 163. 
Drjggs, Bartholomew, 1745-1811. 
Served in Capt. Robert Dur- 
kee's 9th Co., Lieut.-Col. Put- 
nam's 1st Regt., Havana Cam- 
paign, 1762. 
Driggs, Frederick E., 49. 
Driggs, Lawrence L., 49. 
Driver, Robert, 1592-1680, Lynn, 
Mass. Served in Narragan- 
sett Wars. 
Lord, Calvin, 120. 
Du Bois, Louis, 1626-1695. Led 
expedition against the Indians, 
1663. In the Colonial Forces 
against Indians, 1670. 
Innis, Hasbrouck, 76. 
Stewart, Ralph W., 200. 
Du Bois, Pierre, 1674-1738. Fish- 
kill, N. Y. In Capt. Barend 
Z. Van Kleeck's Co., Dutchess 
Co. Troops, 1715. 
Du Bois, Ernest B., 19S. 
Du Bois, Lieut. Solomon, circ. 
1669-1759, Hurlev,N.Y. Lieut. 
Ulster Co. Militia. 
Innis, Hasbrouck, 76. 
Dudley, Gov. Joseph, 1647-1720, 



Roxbury, Mass. Deputy, 1673- 
'75. Assistant, i676-'85. Chief 
Justice Supreme Court, Prov. 
of New England and N. Y. 
Pres. of New England by com- 
mission from Tames II., 1685- 
'86. Pres. of the Council, 
i687-'89. Member of Andros's 
Council. Gov. of Mass., 1702- 
1715. Chaplain on Gen. Josiah 
Winslow's Staff in King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Seabury, William M., 65. 
Dudley, Samuel, 1610-1682, Salis- 
bury, Mass. Deputy,i64i-i645. 
Associate Judge at Salisbury, 
N. H. Lieut, there under Capt. 
John Underbill, i63i-'32. Chap- 
lain, King Philip's War, under 
Wiiislow. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Dudley, Gov. Thomas, 1576-1653, 
Roxbury, Mass. Second Gov. 
of Mass. Bay Colony, 1634, et 
seq. Dep.-Gov. 1630, et seq., 
ad int. Gov.'s Asst., 1635, et 
seq. Commissioner for United 
Colonies, 1643, '"' •"'7-< 3nd 
twice Pres. of United Colonies. 
Maj.-Gen., A. & H. A. Co. 

Edwards, Maurice D., 189. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Seabury, William M., 65. 

Shaw, Henry B., 162. 

Smith, William D. G., 157. 

Treat, James W., 179. 

Wiggin, Arthur M., 115. 
Duke, Richard. Member of Md. 
Council, 1637-1653. 

Berry, Thomas L., 95. 
Dummer, Jeremiah, Boston, Mass. 
Councillor, 16S9. 

Hammond, Samuel, 107. 
Dumont, Wallerand, 1640-1713, 
Kingston, N. Y. Cadet in com- 
pany of soldiers sent by Dutch 
West India Co. to Director- 
General Stuyvesant. Member 
of Military Council in second 
Esopus War. 

Dumont, Charles G., 49. 

Hibben, Paxton P., 233. 

Ketcham, David M., 233. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Dunham, Capt. Benayah, 1640 

. Appointed Capt. at Pisca- 

tawav, N. J., 1673, by Council 
of War. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

Dunham, Benayah, 16S4-1742. 
Private in Col. Thomas Far- 
mer's Regt., N. J. Militia, 1715. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

Dunham, John, 1589-16S9, Ply- 
mouth, Mass. Deputy, 1639. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

Dunn, Samuel, 1698/99-1740. Com- 
mander of one of His Majes- 
ty's Companies of Foot from 
R. I. against Carthagena on 
expedition of Admiral Vernon 
in the war that had been de- 
clared against Spain, i739-'40. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H, 57. 

Du Pu~i", Moses, i6i;7 . In 

Capt. William Hide's Co., Al- 
bany, N. Y., i697-'98. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 

Du FuY, Nicholas, 1691. In 

Capt. Cornelius Steenwreck's 
Co., 1673. Enrolled for ser- 
vice against the English. 
Catlin, George de G., 45. 

Du PLTi", NlCHOL.^S, 1 682-1 745. In 
Capt. William Nottingham's 
Co. of Militia at Marbletown, 
Col. Jacob Rutsen's Ulster 
Count\' Regt., 1715. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 

DuRRELL, Capt. Benjamin, 1710- 
17S4, Arundel (Kennebunk- 
port), Me. In Capt. Jonathan 
Bean's Co., Saco, 1750. Capt., 
Upper Co., 1775. 
Durrell, Harold C, 105. 

Duryea, Capt. Charles. Kings 
County, N. Y., Militia. Pri- 
vate, 1715. Capt. in Bushwick, 
1738. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

DusTON, (Dustin), Thomas. In 
Capt. Benjamin Swett's Co., 
King Philip's War. In gar- 
rison at Haverhill, Mass., in 
the Indian attack, 1697, when 
his wife Hannah Dustin, was 



captured and afterwards es- 
caped, killing her captors. 

Taylor, Ezra W. B., 114. 

Duvall, Mareen, 1694, Anne 

Arundel County, Md. Fought 
against Nanticoke Indians 
prior to 1678. Commissioner 
for laving out towns, 1683. 

Wells, Walter A., 143. 

Dui-CKiNCK, Evert, 1702. In 

garrison at Fort Hope, Conn., 
1640. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Dwight, Capt. Timothy, 1639-171S, 
Dedham, Mass. Cornet of 
Horse and Capt. of Foot. In 
ten Indian expeditions. Dep- 
uty. 

Dwight, Austin W., 215. 

Dyckman, Jacob, 1692 . In 

Capt. Gerard Stuvvesanfs Co., 
N. Y. Troops, 1738. 

Underbill, Frederic E., 80. 
Dyer, William, 1677, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Sec. Providence 
Plantations, 1639. Colony of 
R. I., i640-'42. Genl Re- 
corder, i647-'4S. Commissioned 
at Newport to act against the 
Dutch, 1653. Commissioner to 
the Assembly from Providence, 
1655; from Warwick, i66i; 
from Newport, 1662. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 55. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 

Eager, Abraham, 1670-1734, Marl- 
borough, Mass. In Howe's 
garrison, Marlboro, 1711. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 

Eager, Capt. Bezaleel, 1713-1787. 
Capt., Westboro, Mass., Co., 
Alarum List, 1757. Seven 
Years' War. Assembly, 1760- 
'6i. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 

Eager, William (Acer, Agur), 

1690. Cambridge and 

Marlborough, Mass. In Capt. 
Thomas Prentiss' Co., "Mid- 
dlesex" troopers, Mt. Hope 
Campaign, and under Lieut. 
Oakes, i675-'76. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Eames, Capt. Anthony, circ. 
1595/6-1686, Hinghara, Mass. 
Deputy, i637-'38, '43. Capt. of 
Hiiigham Military Co., 1644- 
'45- 

Dorman, William B., 117. 
Earl (Earle), Capt. Ralph, 1600- 
1678. Capt. Troop, Colony of 
R. I., 1671. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 

Wood, Eric F., 68. 
Eastman, Capt. Eeen'ezer, 1689- 
1748, Concord, N. H. When 
nineteen, in Expedition against 
Port Royal. At twenty-one, 
commanded a Co. of Infantry 
under Admiral AValker. Com- 
mander of a Co. at Louisburg, 
1745. First settler of Concord, 
N. H. His house was a gar- 
rison, 1746. 

Edgell, George S., 162. 
East.nlan, Philip, 1644-1714. In 
Capt. Benj. Lovett's Co., King 
Philip's War. 

Clark, Byron N., 163. 
Eastman, Lieut. Philip, Jr., 1682 
. Lieut., Train Band, Ash- 
ford, Conn., 1733. Representa- 
tive from Ashford for several 
vears. 

Clark, Byron N., 163. 
Easton, Gov. John, 1624-1705. 
Gov. R. I., 1690, ct scq. Dep.- 
Gov., i674-'76. Att.-Gen., 1656, 
et seq. Att.-Gen. of Ports- 
mouth and Newport, i653-'54. 
Deputy, 1665, et seq. Com- 
missioner, 1654, et seq. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Easton, Sergt. Joseph, 1688, 

Hartford, Conn. Sergt. in Train 
Band. 

Booth, Charles E., 116. 
Easton, Gov. Nicholas, 1593-1675. 
Pres. of R. I., 1650, '51, '54. 
Dep.-Gov., i666. Gov., 1672- 
'73-'74. Gov.'s Asst., 1640. 
Deputy, i665-'66. 

Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 

Hazard, Thomas G., Jr., 223. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Pell, Howland, 78. 
Easto.v, Peter, 1622-1694. Deputy, 



i666-'7i-'77. Commissioner, 

i66o-'6i. Assistant, 1667. Gen- 
eral Treasurer, i672-'77. Attor- 
ney-General, i674-'76. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Eaton, Gov. Theophilus, 1590-1657. 
Gov., New Haven Colony, 
1639-1657. 
Hill, Edwin A., 141. 
Macfarlane, George S., in. 
Eaton, Thoxl\s. Served under 
Capt. Poole in King Philip's 
War. Killed by Indians. 
Geer, Walter, 53. 
Eddy, Samuel, 1608-168S. Member 
of Plymouth Co., 1643. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Edenden, Ed.mund, , Scituate 

and Boston. Deputy from 
Scituate, i64i-'43. Member 
Scituate Co., 1643. 
Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Edmonds, Capt. William, 1734- 
1S16. Capt. of Co. for Fau- 
quier C'ty, Va., in French and 
Indian War, 1761. 
Pavne, George H., 96. 
Payne, George H., Jr., 96. 
Edmonstoke, Capt. Archibald, 
1667-1734. Capt. under Col. 
Ninian Beall and Maj. Sam- 
uel Magruder, of Md. 
Knight, William W., 177. 
Edmonstone, Capt. James, 1701- 
1753. Capt. of Militia, Colony 
of Md. 
Knight, William W., 177. 
Edsall, Samuel, i 630-1706. Esopus 
War, 1663. Member Gov. Car- 
teret's Council, Prov. East 
Jersey, 1668, et seq. Indian In- 
terpreter, New Castle, on 
Delaware, i675-'76. Council- 
lor under Leisler, Prov. N. Y., 
i689-'9i. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 55. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 
Edson, Samuel, 1612-1692, Bridge- 
water, Mass. Member of the 
Council of War, 1666, '76. 
Deputy, 1676. 
Robinson, Roswell R., 124. ■ 
Eells, Major Samuel, 1639-1709, 
Milford, Conn. Sergt., 1669. 



7.VO£.Y OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Lieut., 1676. Commanded Gar- 
rison at Dartmouth, Mass., 
King Philip's War. Deputy, 
Milford, 1678, et seq. Capt., 
1683. Commissioner, i683-'87. 
Representative, from Hinghara, 
Mass., i705-'o6. 
Dix, William F., 150. 
Eldredge, Jehosaphat, 1655-1732. 
Soldier in King Philip's War. 
Kingsbury, George N., 223. 
Eliot, Col. Philip, 1602-1657, Rox- 
bury, Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 
1638. Col., Mass. Militia. Dep- 
uty, i654-'57. Commissioner 
for Roxbury. 
Swan, Reuben S., 125. 
Eliot, Robert, 1643-1724, New- 
castle, N. H. Member Gov. 
Crantield's Council, i682-'86, 
and Gov. Allen's, 1692, et seq. 
Member, from Scarborough, 
of last Assembly of Me., 1685. 
Morrell, George C, in. 

Ellenwood, Ralph. 1657 . In 

Narragansett War, and re- 
ceived grant of land at Am- 
herst, N. H., for his services. 
Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Elliot, Ensigm Asa. 1727-1768. 
Against French and Indians. 
Ens. ist Co., 4th Regt., Conn. 
Troops, i7!;6. 
Elliot, Richard M., 87. 
Ellis, Capt. Charles, 1719-1759. 
Albemarle Co., Va. In ser- 
vice on Frontier, i755-'56- 
Smith, William D. G., 15S. 

Ellis, Lieutenant Richard. 

1694, Dedham, Mass. Deputy, 
1692/3. Ensign, 16S6-92. Lieu- 
tenant of the Dedham Com- 
pany, 1694. 
Daniels, Edwin A., 105. 
Daniels, Richard H., 105. 
Elmer, Edward, 1610-1676, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Killed by In- 
dians, King Philip's War. 
Picher, Oliver S., 178. 

Elton, Anthony, 1686. One 

of the Proprietors of West 
New Jersev, i667-'86. 
Sheib, Samuel 11., 97- 



Ely, Maj. Daniel, 1693-1776. En- 
sign, 172S. Lieut., 1733. Capt., 
1738. Maj., Conn. Regt., 1739. 
Parker, Charles W., 151. 
Ely, Capt. William, 1647-1717. 
Capt., 1697. Member of gov- 
ernor's Council, 1703-5-8. 
Parker, Charles W., 151. 

Emery, Anthony', Kittery, 

Me., and Portsmouth, N. H. 
Deputy to the General Court 
of Massachusetts Bav, 1772. 
Fall, Charles G., 117. ' 
Fall, George H., 105. 

Emery-, James. 1630 , Kittery, 

Me. Deputy, Mass., i693-'95. 
Fall, George H., 106. 
Emery', Sergt. John, 1629-1693, 
Newbury, Mass. Under Ma- 
jor Samuel Appleton in 
Great Swamp Fight. 
Richardson, William S., 112. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 71- 
Endicott, Gov. John, 1588-1665, 
Salem, Mass. Gov. Mass. Bay 
Colony, 1629, et seq. Deputy- 
Gov., 1641, et seq. Pres. of 
United Colonies, 1658. Col. 
Third Regt. Mass. Militia, 
Pequot War, 1636. Gen. in- 
command of Block Island Ex- 
pedition, 1636. Maj. -Gen., 
i645-'49. 
Harlow, Arthur F., 107. 
EvETTS, Ja.mes. Adjutant of Foot 
under command of Maj. Henry 
Cuyler in the Citj- and County 
of New York, Canada Expedi- 
tion, 1690. 
Haines, John P., 54. 

EwEN, Major Richard, 1660. 

One of the commissioners to 
govern Md. under Cromwell, 
fvl ember of Assembly and 
Speaker, 1657. Member House 
of Burgesses, i659-'6o. Capt., 
1655. Maj., 1658. 
Boogher, Frank, 174. 
Boogher, Howard M., 174. 
Boogher, John H., 174. 
Boogher, Lawrence, 175. 
Carleton, Murray, 176. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Fallowell, Gabriel, 1584-1667. In 
Plymouth Military Co., 1643. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Farnsworth, Matthias, 1612-1689, 
Groton and Lynn, Mass. Served 
in 1675 with Maj. Willard. 
Paine, Waldo G., 227. 

Faunce, John, 1654. Plymouth, 

Mass. Member Plymouth Co., 
1643. 
Greve, Clifford, 177. 
Fawcett, Walter, 1705, Ches- 
ter, Pa. Representative, 1695. 
Lea, James H., 120. 
Fay, John, 1648-1690, Marlborough, 
Mass. In Marlborough garrison, 
King Philip's War. 
Secor, Horace, Jr., 65. 
Feake, Lieut. Robert, 1610-1663. 
Lieut., Capt. Patrick's Co., Co- 
lonial Forces, 1632-1636. Gen- 
eral Court, Col. of Mass. Bay, 
i635-'36- 
Elhman, Lawrence B., 50. 
Fenner, Arthur, 1622-1703, Provi- 
dence, R. L Commissioner to 
the Assembly, 1653, et seg. Dep- 
uty, 1665, ctseq. Assistant, 1657, 
etseg. Commander King's Gar- 
rison, Providence, 1676. 
Power, Charles M., 190. 
Power, George C, 190. 

Fernald, Dr. Renald, 1656. 

Surgeon in John Mason's Col- 
ony in N. H. Court Commis- 
sioner at Portsmouth. Capt. of 
a military Co. at Portsmouth. 
Morrell, George C, ni. 

Field, John, i686. Providence, 

R. L Commissioner to General 
Assembly, 1663. Deputy, 1677. 
Weld, George F., 126. 
Field, Jonathan, 1697-1781, Sunder 
land, Mass. Representative, 
1750. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 109. 
Field, Capt. Joseph, 1658-1736, Hat 
field and Deerfield, Mass. Capt 
in Indian Wars. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 109. 
Field, Capt. Moses, 1722-1815. Sol 
dier in the French and Indian 
War at the Siege of Louisburg, 
1745- 



Allen, Oliver F., 42. 
Field, Sergt. Samuel, 1651-1697. In 
Falls Fight, King Philip's War, 
under Capt. William Turner. 
Killed by Indians. 
Allen, Oliver F., 42. 
Field, Thom.as, 1648-1717, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Deputy, 1670, et 
seg. Assistant, i673-'74. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Field, Zachariah, 1596-1666, Hart- 
ford, Conn., and Hatfield, Mass. 
Soldier from Hartford in Pequoit 
War. 
Allen, Oliver F., 42. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Filer, Lieut. Walter, 1683, 

Windsor, Conn. Lieut, in the 
early forces of the Conn. Col- 
ony, . 

Ketchum, Charles J., 119. 
FiNCK, Ens. Andrew. In N. Y. Mili- 
tia under Sir William Johnson 
at Fort William Henry, 1757- 
1763. Ens., 1758. 
Finck, William M., 212. 
FiSKE, Nathan, i 672-1741, Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy, 1727, et 
.<\eg. 
Fiske, Louis S., 87. 

FisKE, Capt. Phineas, 1673, 

Wenham, Mass. Capt. of Wen- 
ham Co. Deputy, 1653. 
Hammond, Samuel, 107. 
Fitch, Rev. James, 1622-1702, Book- 
ing, Eng., and Norwich, Conn. 
Chaplain of the Conn. Forces, 
King Philip's War, under Maj. 
Treat, 1675, and Maj. John 
Talcott, 1676. 
Fitch, Winchester, 183. 
Harris, Credo F., 194. 
Lyman, Walter H., 60. 
FiTHiAN, Jonathan, 1743. Pri- 
vate in Capt. Joseph Seeley's 
Company of Militia, Cumber- 
land County, N. J., 1715. 
Gerald, Herbert P., 141. 
FitzHugh. Henry, 1686-1758. Mem- 
ber House of Burgesses, Va., 
1736. 
Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Fle.ming, John, 1729-1795. Lieut. 
and Surgeon, Sandy Creek Ex- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



peditlon, 1756. Capt. under Col. 
Forbes at the capture of Fort Du 
Quesne, i756-'58. Commanded 
a Va. Regt. at the Battle of 
Point Pleasant. 

Sullivan, Andrew M, 179. 
Fleming, Col. Willl^m, 1729-1795, 
Va. Ens., Lieut., and Capt., in 
Washington's Regt., which he 
entered in 1755. Col. of Regt. 
under Gen. Andrew Lewis, 
1774, and was wounded in 
battle of Point Pleasant, Mem- 
ber of House of Burgesses from 
Cumberland Co., Va. 

Gettys, Francis M., 194. 

Flint, Lieut. John, 1687. 

Lieut, in Capt. Thomas Hinch- 
man's Co., 1677. Deputy for 
Concord to Mass. General 
Court, i677,-'79-'8o,-'82. 

Brown, Benjamin W. B., 74. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Flint, Lieutenant John, 1720- 
1820, North Reading, Mass. 
Lieutenant in Captain Arche- 
laus Fuller's (Middleton) Com- 
pany, Colonel Benjamin Pick- 
man's Regiment (First Regi- 
ment of Militia in Essex 
County), 1766. 

Cameron, Donald McL., 104. 
Flint, Thomas, 1603-1653, Concord, 
Mass. Magistrate, Concord, 
Mass. Representative to the 
Mass. General Court, 1638- 
1641. Governor's Assistant, 
1642-1651, 1653. 

Brown, Benjamin \V. B., 74. 

Lea, James H., 119. 

Wilson, Arthur H., 115. 
Flo'st), Col. Richard, 1665-1728. 
Lieut., 1700. Col. Suffolk Co. 
Militia, Canadian Expedition, 
1709. 

Floyd, William, 52. 

Smith, George W., 66. 
Fogg, Deacon Samuel, 2d, 1699- 
1786. In Capt. Nathan's Co. 
of Mounted Troops, King 
George's War, 1745. 

Robie, Guv S., 234. 

Robie, William J., 234. 
Fogg, Seth, 1666-1756. At Fort 



William and Mary, New 
Castle, Volunteer in French 
and Indan Wars. Private, 
1708. Also in Queen Anne's 
War. 

Robie, Guy S., 234. 

Robie, William J., 234. 
FoLSOM, John, 1615-1631. Mem- 
ber of Militia at Hingham, 
Mass., i644-'57. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
FoLSOM, John, 1641-1715. Repre- 
sentative to Provincial Assem- 
bly of N. H., i688,-'94,-'95. 

Jones, Charles F., 230. 
Nichols, Willard A., 202. 
FoLsoM (Foulsham), Lieut. Peter, 
1649-1717, Exeter, N. H. Ens., 
1692. Lieut., 1710. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Fonda, Jellis. Served in Frontier 
Wars of Albany Co., N. Y., 
1689. 

Tyson, Malcolm V., 98. 
Fonteyn, Charles. One of the 
soldiers sent to Albany, 1690. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
FooTE, Adonijah, 1729-1795, Col- 
chester, Conn. Served in French 
and Indian War, 1757. 

Foot, Augustus R., io6. 

FOOTE, N.WHANIEL, 1st, I593-1644. 

Deputy, Conn., 1 641 -'44 
Burton, Lewis W, 194. 
Dwight, Frederick, 75. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Richer, Oliver S., 178. 
FOOTE, Q. M. N.-iTHANIEL, 2nd, 1647- 

1703. Q. M., Capt. William 

Turner's Co., Falls Fight, King 

Philip's War. 
Foot, Homer, Jr., 106. 
FooTE, Lieut. Robert, 1629-1681. 

Lieut., Branford, Conn., Militia, 

1677. 
Dwight, Frederick, 75. 
Ford, Thomas, 1676, Windsor, 

Conn. Deputv, 163S, et seq. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Ketchum, Charles J., 119. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Pearson, William H., 123. 

Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Foster, Abraham, 1659-1741. Sol- 
dier from Ipswich, Mass. 
Wounded in the military ser- 
vice of the colony, 1697. 

Roe, Charles F., 79". 
Foster, Capt. ?Iopestu,l, 1621-1676, 
Dorchester, Mass. Ens., 1646. 
Capt. Deputy, 1652, et scq. 

Lea, James H., 119. 
Foster, Lieut. James, 1651-1732, 
Dorchester, Mass. Sergt., i68S. 
Lieut., 1700. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Foster, Joseph, 1650-1721. Served 
under Capt. John Lane, in relief 
of Dunstable, 1706. Given 
charge of garrison in Billerica, 
Mass., by Selectmen. 

*Richards, Jeremiah, 79. 

Foster, Sergt. Thomas, _ 16S4. 

Sergt., agaiiist Weymesit In- 
dians. House used as garrison, 
Billerica, 1675. In Capt. Wheel- 
er's Co., King Philip's War, 
Groton garrison, 1676. 

Foster, Charles S., 222. 

Foster, Joseph H., 222. 
Foster, Timothy, 1741-1S22. Sol- 
dier in French and Indian War. 
Militia officer in Worcester 
County, Mass. 

Carr, Frederick D., 222. 

Chambers, Robert F., 222. 

FowKE, Col. Gerard, 1669. 

Burgess from Westmoreland 
Co., Va., 1663. Member House 
of Burgesses of Md., 1666. 

Homer, Inman, 83. 
FowLE, Lieut. James, 1641-1692, 
Woburn, Mass. Lieut, of the 
Woburn Co. 

Whitmore, Franklin G., 135. 
Fowler, Corp. Jeremiah, 1730/1 
— — . Corp. in Capt. Jonathan 
Fowler's Co., Westchester Coun- 
ty Troops, N. Y., Old French 
War, 175S. 

Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 
Freeman-, Edmund, 1590-16S2, Sand- 
wich, Mass. Assistant, 1640- 

* Deceased. 



1645. Member of Council of 
War, 1642. Deputy, 1646. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Freeman-, Henry, 1672-1763. Sergt. 
in Col. Thomas Farmer's Regt., 
N. J. Militia, 17,5. 

Monnette, Urra E., 200. 
Free.man, ALajor John, 1627-1719. 
Ens., Waltham, Mass., 1654. 
Major, Expedition against In- 
dians at Saconet, 1677. Member 
Council of War, 1667-1676. 
Capt., against Indians at Taun- 
ton, 1675. Major, Barnstable 
Troops, 1685. Deputy, Eastham. 

Cole, Amedee B., 176. 

Foster, Daniel R., 147. 

Rogers, Edward S., 167. 
Freeman, John, 169S-1761. Private 
in Col. Thomas Farmer's N. J., 
Regt., 1715. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
French, Capt. William, i 604-1 681, 
Cambridge and Billerica, Mass. 
Lieut., 1647. A. & H. A. Co., 
1638. Junior Sergt., 1643. First 
Sergt., 1646. Ens., 1650. Lieut, 
in King Philip's War, garrison 
dut)-, 1675. Capt., 1681. Rep- 
resentative, i66o-'63. 

Daniels, Edwin A., 105. 

Daniels, Richard H., 105. 

French, Leon L., 144. 

Morris, Seymour, 121. 
Frisby-, James. Member of Md. 
Assembly, 1678-1683. Member 
of Governor's Council, 1696. 

Brice, Philip H., 91. 
Frost, Amasa, 1717/18-1795. French 
and Indian War, 1757. 

Frost, Russell, 133. 
Frost, Sergt.-M.ajor Charles, 1632- 
1697, Kitterv, Me. Deputy, 
Mass., i6'i%,etseq. Capt., 1668, 
Member of Council, 16S0, et 
seq. Sergt.-Major, Prov. of Me., 
1689. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Frost, Hon. John, 1681-1732. Mem- 
ber of Council, Prov. of N. 
Hamp., 1724, et seq. 

Blunt, Stanhope E., 74. 
Frost, Thomas, 1647-1724. Private 
from Cambridge, Mass., in 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Capt. Joseph Sill's Co. of Mili- 
tia, under command of Maj. 
Daniel Gookin, King Philip's 
War, 1675. 
Frost, Russell, 133. 
Frothin'gham, Nathaniel, 1640- 
16S8, Charlestown, Mass. Under 
Capt. Syll, 1675; Capt. Cutler, 
1676. 
Frothingham, Francis E., 53. 
Frv, Tho.m.as, 1632-1704. Deputy- 
from East Greenwich to the 
General Court of R. I., 16S4- 
1690. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Fryer, Capt. Nathaxiel, 16 — 1705, 
Boston, Mass., and Portsmouth, 
N. H. Deputy, Mass., 1666. 
Commissioner to treat with the 
Indians, Casco, Me., 1678. Royal 
Councillor, Prov. of N. Hamp., 
1683. Dep.-Gov., 1692-1702. 
Lieut., 1678. Capt., 1689. Com- 
mandant, i692-'97, at New 
Castle (Fort William and 
Mary). 
Morrell, George C, iii. 
Fuller, Lieut. Jere.miah, 1658- 
1743. Soldier in King Philip's 
War. Lieut., Newton, Mass., 
Co. 
Fuller, Percy W., 106. 
Fuller, Capt. Matthew, 1610-1678. 
Sergt. under Myles Standish, 
1643. Lieut, at Barnstable, 1652. 
Lieut., Capt. Standish's Expedi- 
tion against Manhattoes, 1654. 
Chairman, Council of War. 
Lieut, of the Forces against the 
Saconet Indians, 1671. Surg.- 
Gen., 1673. Capt., King Philip's 
War. 
Bassett, Austin B., 132. 
Greve, Clifford, 177. 
Prince, Charles J., 112. 
Fuller, E.vsicn Noah, 1712-1786, 
Attleboro, Mass. Ensign in 
Capt. Samuel Tyler's Co., 1757. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 

Fuller, Lieut. Samuel, 1675, 

Barnstable, Mass. Lieut, in 
Capt. Michael Pierce's Co., 
King Philip's War. Killed at 
Rehoboth Ambuscade. 



Greve, Clifford, 177. 
Furness, Capt. John, 1733-1810, 
Boston. Capt. in General Tim- 
othy Ruggles's 2nd Worcester 
Regt., Crown Point Expedition, 
1759. Major. 
Furness, Alexander R., 176. 
G.^GE, Capt. Amos, 1718-1792, Pel- 
ham, N. H. Capt. of a Co. at 
No. 4 (Charlestown, N. H.). 
Gage, Herbert E., 106. 

Gager, John, 1703. Under 

Lion Gardiner, at Saybrook 
Fort, Pequot War. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Gallop (Gallup), Capt. John, 
1616-1675, New London, Conn. 
Capt. of the 1st Co., Conn. 
■Forces, Maj. Robert Treat, 
Great Swamp Fight. 
Baker, George P., 147. 
Clapp, Moses E., 189. 
Dix, William F., 150. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Teed, Freeman G., 201. 

Gallop (Gallup), John, 1650. 

Boston. In a fight with the 
Pequot Indians off Block Is- 
land, 1636, called the first 
naval engagement in 
England waters. 
Cadle, Cornelius, 175. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Snow, William B., 113. 
Teed, Freeman G., 201. 
Gardiner, Ens. George, 
Newport, R. I. 
Rhode Island, 166 
Sergt., 1642. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Gardiner, Lieut. Lion, 1599-1663, 
Gardiner's Island, N. Y. Lieut, 
in English Army. Engineer in 
construction of fortification on 
Fort Hill, Boston, i635-'36. 
Constructor of fort at Say- 
brook, Conn., i636-'37. In com- 
mand of same against the 
Pequots until 1639. Assisted 
Capt. Mason in his assault on 
Mystic, May 26, 1637. 
Gay, Warren F., 106. 
Lennig, George G., 88. 



New 



1677, 



Deputy of 
Ens., 1644, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Libbey, William, 150. 

Yeomans, George D., 73. 
Gardner, Capt. John, 1624-1706. 
Commissioned by Gov. Love- 
lace of New York, seven times, 
1673, et seq. Capt. of Militia, 
1680. Civil Magistrate. When 
Nantucket passed, in 1699, 
under Mass. jurisdiction, he 
was made Judge of Probate. 

Gardner, John C. F., 53. 

Hoppin, Hamilton, L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Gardner, Thomas, 1592-1674, 
Salem, Mass. Deputy, 1637. 

Holcombe, John M., 137. 

Rotch. William, 113. 
Garfield, Capt. Benjamin, 1643- 
1717, Watertown, Mass. Capt. 
of Militia, in command of 2nd 
Military Precinct of Water- 
town. Representative, 1689- 
1717. 

Garfield, Harry A., 106. 
Garnett, Joseph, Scituate, Mass. 
Soldier in Lieut. Gillam's Co., 
1676. 

Willcutt, Levi L., 126. 
Gates, Simon, 1645-1693, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. In King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Pearson, Arthur E.. 123. 

Pearson, William H., 124. 

Gay, Jonathan, 1653 , Ded- 

ham, Mass. Service under Cap- 
tain Moseley of record 25 
January, 1675/6. 

Pearson. Arthur E.. 123. 
Gerard, Tho.mas, i 600-1 673. Mem- 
ber of Assembly from St. 
Mary's Hundred, i638-'39. 
Member of Council, 1643, et 
seq. Commissioner of Pro- 
prietar%-, and Lord of St. Clem- 
ent's Mar.or, Prov. of Md. 

Garland, Hugh A.. 219. 
Gerretson, Capt. Gerret, 1659- 
1703. Lieut., Nov. 10, 1692, in 
Capt. Gerdrand Claeson's 
Companv of N. J. Troops, 
Hudson County, N. J. 

Mersereau, John D., 198. 
Gerish, Col. Paul, 1674-1743, 
Dover, N. H. Capt., 1717. 



Major, 1729. Indian wars. 
Representative, i726-'40. 
Gerrish, Orville K., 118. 
Gerrish, Capt. William, 1617-1687, 
Newburv and Boston, Mass. 
Capt., i\Ii!itary Co. of New- 
bury. Capt. in King Philip's 
War. Commanded garrison at 
Newbury. Deputy, 1650, et seq. 
Senter, William, 230. 
Gibbon (s), Dep.-Gov. Ambrose, 
1600-1656. Dep.-Gov. of N. H., 
1630. Capt., Portsmouth Alarm, 
1643. 
Blunt, Stanhope E., 74. 
Fernald, Frederik A., 51. 
Gibson, Capt. James, 1700-1752. 
Expedition to Cape Breton, 
1745. With five men he towed 
the fire-ship against the ene- 
my's fleet and the West gate. 
*Johnson. Tristam B., 58. 
GiDDiN'GS, George, 1608-1676, Ips- 
wich, Mass. Deputy, 1646, et 
seq. 
Holbrook, Levi, 118. 
Giddings, Lieut. John, 1639-1690, 
Ipswich, Mass. Lieut, of 
Militia, 1675. In campaign 
against Narragansetts. Dep- 
ut}', i653-'55. 
Rowe, Arthur E., 124. 
Gilbert, Jonathan, 1618-1682, 
Conn. Cornet, 1668. Deputy, 
1677, '78, '81. Messenger in 
Indian Wars, to Sequasson, 
Chickwallop, Manasanes and 
other Chiefs. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Gilman, Capt. John, 1624-1708, 
Exeter, N. H. Lieut., 1669. 

Capt., . Member Council 

Prov. N. Hamp., 16S0. Assem- 
bly, 1693-1697. Speaker, 1695. 
Sprague, George E., 113. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Wood, William B.. 71. 
Glen, Alexander Lindsay (San- 
der Leendektse), 1610-1685. 
In service of the Dutch West 
India Co., Fort Nassau, on the 
South River, 1633. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
» Deceased, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Glen, Lieut. Jacob Sander, 1645- 
16S5, Schenectady and Albany, 
N. Y. Lieut., Albany Co. of 
Foot, 1684. Ensign, 1672. 
La«ton, Daniel L., 59- 
Glover, Hon. John, 1600-1652. 
Representative, Dorchester, 

Mass., 1636-1652. Assistant, 
1651-1652. Capt., A. & H. A. 
Co. 
Glover, George E, 106. 
Godfrey, Col. George, 1721-1793, 
Taunton, Mass. Capt. of Troop 
against the Indians, 1762- 
afterwards merged in the Bris- 
tol Co. Regt., Col. Samuel 
White. Major, about 1771- 
Col., 1774- 
Godfrev, Lincoln, 88. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
GOFFE, Col. John, 1701-1781- Rep- 
resentative to the General 
Court of N. H. three terms. 
Lieut., 1746. Capt. in command 
at Fort William Henry in 
1757. Maj. of the Ninth N. H. 
Regt. in 1768, and subsequently 
promoted Colonel. 
Moore, Charles, 212. 
Gold. (See Gould.) 
Goodhue, Deacon William, 161 3- 
1699, Ipswich, Mass. Repre- 
sentative, Mass., 1666, et seq- 
Holbrook, Levi, 118. 
Goodhue, Capt. William, 1645- 
1712, Ipswich, Mass. Capt. in 
Col. Appleton's Regt. Rep- 
resentative, 1691-171'- One 
of the Committee to consider 
the surrender of the Charter 
to Governor Andros. Tried, 
imprisoned, and fined £20 for 
so doing. 
Barnes, George E., 42. 
Cogswell, John F., 229. 
Goodrich, Col. David, 1667-1755- 
Lieut., Capt. Matthew Allyn, 
Expedition against Indians, 
1704. Capt., Hampshire Co., 
March, 1712. Adj. and Q. M., 
Wood Creek Expedition, 1709. 
Capt., Father Rasle's War, 
i723-'24. Col. and member of 
Council. i724-'29. 



Fulton, William E., 134. 
Goodrich, Elisha, 1712 . Pri- 
vate in Capt. Josiah Lee's Co. 
of Farmington at the relief of 
Fort William Henry, 1757- 
Fulton, William E., 134- 

Goodrich, Ens. William, 

1676, Wethersfield, Conn. Ens. 
under Capt. Samuel Welles. 
Deputv, i66o-'66. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Goodrich, Henry W., 54. 
Short, Charles W., 1S2. 
Short, John C, 1S2. 
GoODSPEED, John, 1645-1719- Barn- 
stable, Mass. Soldier, King 
Philip's War. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Goodyear, Dep.-Gov. Stephen, 

1658. Deputy, New Haven 

General Court, 1641. Dep.- 
Gov. New Haven Colony, 
1643, '44, '46, '53-'57- Commis- 
sioner for the United Colonies, 
1643, '46. 
Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 
Johnson, Frederic E., 141. 
Johnson, Joseph B., 141. 
Johnson, William G., 141- 
Gorham (Gorum), Capt. 
1621-1676, Barnstable, 
mouth Col. Deputy, 
Lieut., 1673. Capt. 2nd 
stable Co., under Majo. .. - 
liara Bradford, Great Swamp 
Fight. 
Bassett, Austin B., 132. 
Brooks, Frederick, 103. 
Reed, Latham G., 79. 
Gorham, Lieut.-Col. John, 1652- 
1716, Barnstable, Mass. In 
Great Swamp Fight, King 
Philip's War; Canadian Expe- 
dition, 1690, and second in 
command under Col. Church, 
1703. Deputy, i6S8, et seq. 
Brooks, Frederick, 103. 
Gorham, N.athaniel, 173S-1796, 
Charlestown, Mass. Repre- 
sentative, 1772, et seq. Speaker. 
Brooks, Frederick. 103. 
Gorton, Samuel, 1592-1677- Assist- 
ant, 1649. Commissioner to the 

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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Narragansett Indians. Deputy, 
R. I., 1651, et seq. 

Merritt, Alan D., 6i. 
Gould, Capt. Joseph, 1677-1753, 
Topsfield, Mass. Capt., Tops- 
field Military Co., 1725. Dep- 
uty, 1726, et seq. 

Dorman, \Villiam B., 117. 
Gould (or Gold), M.^jor Nath.^n 
(N.4THANIEL), 1694. Assist- 
ant, i657-'62-'94. Major, 1666. 
Member of Committee of De- 
fence against Dutch, 1662. 
Representative to the first Col- 
onial Congress in \. Y., 1690. 
Major of Dragoons, 1675. 

Farrell, Alton, 133. 

Northrop, Otis S., 135. 
Gould (Gold), Lieut.-Gov. Nath- 
an, 1663-1723, Fairfield, Conn. 
Dep.-Gov., 1707. Chief Justice 
Supreme Court, 1712. Lieut.- 
Gov., 1708-1723. 

Jennings, Walter, 58. 
Gove, Ebenezer, 1671-1758, Hamp- 
ton, N. H. In King William's 
War. In garrison at Fort 
William and Marv, 1708. 

Clark, Byron N., 163. 
Grant, Joseph, 1646-1722. In King 
Philip's War. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Gr.aves, Sergt. Isa.\c, 1620-1677, 
Hatfield, Mass. Killed by In- 
dians at attack on Hatfield Set- 
tlement, Sept. 19, 1677. Sergt. 
in Colonial Militia. 

McAlpin, Milo F., 6i. 
Gr.aves, Rear-Admiral Thomas, 
1605-1653, Charlestown, Mass. 
Rear-Admiral, English Navy, 
1653. Killed in action with 
Dutch, July 31, 1653. 

Bates, George B., 74. 

Bates, WiUfam G., 74. 

Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Graves, Capt. Thomas. Repre- 
sented Smythe's Hundred in 
First House of Burgesses of 
Va., 1619, et seq. 

Graves, Carroll S.. 227. 

Graves, Clyde M., 227. 

Graves, Frank H., 227. 

Graves, Jay P., 227. 



Gray, Edward, 1681. Soldier 

in King Philip's War. Dep- 
uty for Plymouth, 1 676-1 679. 

Baker, George F., 147. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 
Green, Judge Henry, 1620-170x3, 
Hampton, N. H. Commis- 

sioner, 1689. Councillor, 1693- 
'97- 

Morrell, George C, in. 

Wood, Eric F., 68. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Green, Corp. John, 1650-1709, 
Maiden, Mass. Corp. in King 
Philip's War, under Lieut. 
William Hasev, i675-'76; 
under Major "Willard and 
Capt. Oakes, 1676. Corp. of 
the Maiden Military Co., 1678. 
Representative, i692-'94,-'96. 

Winship, \^'illiam H., 127. 
Green, Capt. Samuel, 1670-1736, 
Leicester, Mass. Capt. of First 
Military Co. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Green, Thomas, 1630-1672, Mai- 
den, Mass. Trumpeter, Maiden 
Co. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 

Greenbury-, Col. Nicholas, 

1697. Member of the Council, 
1692. President, 1694. Acting- 
Go v., Prov. of Md., 1693. 
Comm.-Gen. of the Prov., 1692. 
Chancellor and Keeper of the 
Great Seal, i692-'94. Field 
Officer, Anne Arundel Co., 
1694- 

Jones, Arthur L., 96. 

Robinson, Arthur L., 195. 
Greene, John, 1597-1658, R. L 
One of the original Proprietors 
of Providence. Commissioner 
to England, 1644. Commis- 
sioners to the Court of Com- 
missioners, i654-'57. Magis- 
trate, 1655, '56. 

Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Greene, Dep.-Gov. John, 1620- 
170S. Commissioner to the Gen- 
eral Court, i652-'63. Atty.Gen., 
i657-'6o. Assistant, i66o-'90. 
Colonial Agent to England, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1670. Member of Gov. An- 
dres's Council, 16S6. Deputy, 
i664-'8o. "Major for the 
Main," 1696. Dep. -Gov., 1690- 
1700. Capt., 1676. Maj., 16S3. 
Col. of R. I. 

Cannon, Charles E., 232. 
Carr, Charles R., 222. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Prince, Charles J., 112. 
Greene, Thomas, Sr., 1628-1717. 
Commissioner to Gen. Assem- 
blv, 1662, et seq. Assistant, 
Colony of R. I., i678-'8o, '84, 
•85. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197.. 

Greeke, Thomas, Jr., 1662 , 

R. I. Deputy, 1698. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Green'leaf, Capt. Ed.viund, 1600- 

1671, Newbury. Mass. Ens., 
1639. Lieut., 1642. Capt., 1645. 

Conner, John S., 183. 

Furness, Alexander R., 176. 

Greenleaf, Edward E., 162. 

Richardson, William S., 112. 
Greenleaf, Capt. Stephen, circ. 
1628-1690. Ensign, 1670. Lieut., 
1685. Capt., 1686. Drowned 
during Expedition against Port 
Roval, 1690. 

Cillev, Harrv B., 156. 

Furness, Alexander R., 176. 

Silvester, Learoyd, 90. 

Greenleaf, Capt. Stephen, Jr., 

1652-1743, Newbur}', Mass. 

Commanded against French 

and Indians, Wells, Me., 1690. 

Furness, Alexander R., 176. 

Grecson, Thomas, 1646, New 

Haven, Conn. Assistant; Treas- 
urer; Commissioner for the 
United Colonies, i643-'46. 
Commissioner to Parliament, 
1646. Lost in the Phantom 
Ship. 

Dickerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 
Gridley, Tho-MAS, 1 596-1 655, Wind- 
sor, Conn. In the Pequot War. 

Gilbert, Payson H., 190. 

Hart, Richard H., 205. 



Griffen, Jacod, . In Capt. 

Jonathan Wright's Co., of 
Flushing, 1715. 
Winant, Frederick, 8i. 

Griffen, John, 1742. In Capt. 

Jonathan Wright's Co.. Flush- 
ing, L. I., 1715. 
Winant, Frederick, 80. 

Griffin, John, 1681, Windsor, 

Conn. Deput.y, 1670. Tempo- 
rary Commander, at Simsbury, 
1673. Sergt., 1675. 
Holcombe, John M., 137. 
Lea, James H., 120. 
Grim, D.avid, 1738-1826. Of the 
privateers King of Prussia 
and General IVolfe, 1757-1758. 
Minton, Telfair M., 62. 
Griswold, Edward, 1607-1691, Conn. 
Built "Old Fort," Springfield. 
Deputy, Windsor and Killings- 
worth, Conn. Deputy, 1656- 
'63, i667-'89. 
Bailev, Edward P., 169. 
Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
Holcombe, John M., 137. 
Smith, William D. G., 15S. 
Ward, Christopher L., 219. 
Griswold, Lieut. Francis, 1635- 
1671, Norwich, Conn. Lieut., 
Train Band, i665-'66. Dep- 
uty, i664-'68-'7i. 
Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
Clarke, Chauncev H., 176. 
Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Griswold, John, Conn. Soldier in 
Narragansett War. Represent- 
ative from Killingsworth, 1697- 
1702. 
Parker, Charles W., 151. 
Griswold, Samuel, 1665-1740, Nor- 
wich, Conn. Deputv, Oct., 1707. 
Smith, William D. G., 15S. 
Grout, Capt. John, 1619-1697, 
Sudbury, Mass. Sergt., 1643. 
Ensign, 1667. Lieut., 1686. 
Capt., 16S9. In the Sudbury 
Fight, 1676. 
Holbrook, Levi, 119. 
Grout, Joseph, 1649-1720. Water- 
town, Mass. In Capt. Thomas 
Prentice's Troop, Great Swamp 
Fight. 
Holbrook, Levi, 119. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Guilford, Sergt. Benjamin, Dan- 

vers, Mass. In Capt. Fuller's 

Co., Col. Bagley's Regt., at 

Frontenac and Louisburg, 1758. 

Guilford, William W., 118. 

Guilford, William, 1699 , 

Salem Village, Mass. In Capt. 
Edward Hartwell's Co., 1748. 
Guilford, William W., ii8. 
GuNN, Dr. Jasper, 1610-1671, Mil- 
ford, Conn. Deputy, 1663. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Gl^-ther, Col. Nicholas, 1625-1680, 
St. Mary's County, Md. Lieut., 

. Capt., 1652. Col., 1680. 

Sheriff of St. Mary's Co., 1650, 
et seq. Member Lower House 
of Burgesses, 1664. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 

Hale, Capt. Joseph, 1671-1761, 
Boxford, Mass. Ens., 1714. 
Lieut., 1720. Capt., 1728. Dep- 
ut}', 1714, et seq. 
Hale, Clarence, 230. 

H.ALE, Eks. Robert, 1659, 

Charlestown, Mass. Ens., Train 
Band, 1658. Member A. & 
H. A. Co., 1644. 
Lord, Charles E., 121. 
Hale, Samuel, i 610-1693. In Pequot 
War. Deputy, Conn., i656-'59. 
Enders, John O., 133. 
Hale, Sergt. Thomas, i 606-1682, 
Newbury, Mass. Sergt. of 
Militia from i652-'57. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
Hall, Capt. Asahel, 1717-1795. 
Ens., 9th Co., Wallingford, 
Conn., 1757. Capt., 2nd Co., 
1764, French and Indian War. 
Hall, Henry B., 190. 
H-4LL, Benjamin, 1650-1730. Gov- 
ernor's Assistant, R. I., 1701- 
'02. Deputy, 1699, et seq. 
Lawton, David L., 59. 
Hall, David, 1705-1755. Capt. 
Street Hall's Co., N. Y. Killed, 
Battle of Lake George, Sept. 8, 
1755- 
Hall, Samuel S., 14S. 
Hall, John, 1606-1676, Conn. In 
the Pequot War. Deputy, 1653- 



Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 
Hall, John, 1681-1760. Deputy 
from North Kingstown, R. I., 
1739. 
Burlingame, Edwin A., 225. 
Hall, Lieut. Ralph, 1619-1701, 
Exeter, N. H. Lieut., Dover 
Co., 1656. Deputv, 1680. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 

Hall, Lieut. Richard, 1691, 

Dorchester, Mass. Lieut, in 
Capt. John Capen's Co. of 
Foot, Dorchester, 1683. 
Hall, Oliver, 107. 
Hall, Capt. Samuel, Ashfield, 
Mass. Lieut, of Militia, 8th 
Co., 6th Regt., t76i. Capt., 
1766. Quartermaster, 1768. 
Then went into cavalry, and 
was commissioned Cornet in 
1771, Lieut, in 1775. 
Ranney, Frederick T., 213. 
Hall, Thomas, 1649-1731, Wall- 
ingford, Conn. Deputy, 1697- 
1700, '03. 
Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 
Hall, William, 1613-167S. Com- 
missioner from Portsmouth in 
1654, '56, '60, '63. Deputy, 
1665, '68, '72, '73. 
Burlingame, Edwm A., 225. 
Hallett, William, 1616-1706, 
Flushing, L. I. Deputy, 1664. 
Magistrate, i662-'64. 
Delafield, Edward C, 48. 
Delafield, John R., 48. 
Hallett, Capt. William, 1647- 
1729. Capt. of Foot Co., New- 
town, L. I. 
Delafield, John R., 48. 
Halsey, Thomas, 1592-1681. Adjt., 
Train Band, 1650. In Indian 
Wars. Deputy from South- 
ampton, Colony of Conn., 1664. 
Denman, Abram C, Jr., 197. 
Hicks, S. Chudleigh, 55. 
Smith, George W., 66. 
Hamilton, Ens. Nathan, Brook- 
field. In Capt. Dalrymple's 
Petersham Co., 1756, and in 
Capt. E. Bemis' Spencer Co., 
1757; Sergt. in Capt. Upham's 
Co., 1750. Private in Capt. 
Paige's Hardwick Co., Crown 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Point Expedition, 1769, and in 
Capt. McFarland's Co., 1761- 
'63. 

Hamilton, Alexander, 233. 
Kamlin, Capt. Giles, 1622-1689, 
Middletown, Conn. Deputy 
from Middletown to General 
Court of Conn., 1666-166S, 
1670-1684. Assistant, Conn., 
16S5-1687, 16S9. 

Dwight, Frederick, 75. 

Hart, Samuel, 136. 

Sparrow, Jackson W., 183. 
Hamlin, Hon. John, 1658-1732/3. 
Deputy- from Middletown to 
Conn. General Assembly, 1690- 
1693. Assistant, 1694-1729. 

Member of Governor's Coun- 
cil, Conn., 1707, 1710-1727. 

Dwight, Frederick, 75. 

Hart, Samuel, 136. 
Hammond, Capt. Benjamin, 1621- 
1703. Sandwich and Rochester, 
Mass_. Capt. of Colonial 
Militia. Deputy from Roches- 
ter. 

McGrath, John, 183. 
Hammond, Lieut. John, 1627-1709, 
Watertown, Mass. Lieut., . 

Heathfield, Herbert D., 107. 
Ha.mmond, Maj.-Gen. John, 1643- 
1707. Col., Forces of Anne 
Arundel Co., Md., 1699. House 
of Burgesses, 1692. Alaj.-Gen. 
of Western Shore, 1707. Mem- 
ber of Council, and Judge, 
High Court of Admiralty. 

Jones, Arthur L., 96. 
Hance, John, 1709/10. Dep- 
uty to N. J. Assembly, i68o 

Hance, Irwin H., 148. 
Hance, William W., 148. 
Hancock, Stephen. One of the 
Military officers for Anne 
Arundel County, Md., 1694. 
Landed at St. Mary-'s, Apr. 9, 
1664. 
Hancock, James E., 96. 
Hardenburg, Gerrit Janse, 1667 

. Commissioned July 8, 

1690, by Gov. Jacob Leisler. 
Commander of the Sloop "Roy- 



al Albany" to sail up the Hud- 
son River against the French. 
Stewart, Ralph W., 201. 
Hardenburg, Col. Johannes, 1670 

. Maj. of 3rd Regt., Ulster 

County, N. Y. Militia, under 
Col. Jacob Rutsen, 1717. Col., 
ist Regt., 1757. 
Stewart, Ralph W., 201. 
Haring, Col. Abraham Peter, 
1704-1771, Tappan, N. Y. Col. 
of the Regt. for the south part 
of the mountains (Orange, 
now Rockland County, N. Y.), 
i74i-'63. 
Bartholf, John H., 74. 
Harlan, George, 1650-1714. Mem- 
ber of Colonial Assembly of Pa. 
Hale, Alton T., 233. 
Hale, William B., 233. 
Harmon, John. Scarborough, Me. 
King Philip's War. 
Elliman, Lawrence B., 50. 
Harrington, Capt. Edward, 1702- 
1792. Corp. in Co. of Capt. 
John Cutting's Troop of Horse, 
Mass., 1748. Private in Capt. 
Coolidge's (Watertown) Co., 
Col. William Brattle's Regt. in 
Expedition against Crown 
Point, 1755. Capt. of a Co. in 
Expedition against Crown 
Point, 1755. 
Ludington, Elliot K., 178. 
Harrington, John, 1651-1741, 
Watertown, Mass. Served un- 
der Capt. Richard Beers, King 
Philip's War. Wounded twice 
in fight at Northfield. 
Soils, Andrew J., 125. 
Harrington, Jon.\than, 1741-1793. 
Private in Capt. John Taplin's 
Co., Col. Frve's Regt., i759-'6o. 
Ludington, Elliot K., 178. 
Harris, Lieut. Gibson, 1694-1761, 
Norwich, Conn. Lieut., 6th 
Company, Norwich, 1739. 
Harris, Williams C, 212. 

Harris, Thomas, Sr., 1686. 

Commissioner for Province, 
1652, et seq. Lieut., 1654. Dep- 
uty for Providence, 1664, et 
seq. Governor's Asst., 1666. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Harrison, James, 1626-1687, Bucks 
Co., Pa. Member of the First 
Council called by William 
Penn, i6S2-'S3. 
Middleton, Nathan A., 96. 
Harrison, Capt. Johx, 1675-1724. 
Deputy- to General Court of 
N. J., 1703-1716. Capt. in Col. 
Thomas Farmer's N. J. Regt., 
1715. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Harrison, Richard, 1600-1653. 
Member A. & H. A. Co., 1646. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
HarrioOX, Serct. Richard, Jr., 

1620 . Sergt. of Newark, 

N. J., Militia, 1665-1675. 
Monnette. Orra E., 199. 
Harrod, Nathaniel, 1701-1765, 
Concord, Mass. Sentinel in 
Lieut. Samuel Wright's Co., 
1723. 
Bond, Charles P., 103. 
Hart, John, 1651-1714. Member 
Penn. Assembly, 1683, 'S4. 
Gigr.illiat, Leigh R., 210. 
Gignilliat, Thomas H., 210. 
Hart, Caft. John, 2d, 1655-1714, 
New Haven, Conn. Ens., 1695. 
Lieut., 1703. Capt., 1707, de- 
fense of the frontier. Served 
in Hampshire, 1707-1708. Dep- 
uty, 1702-1705. Auditor, 1705. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Hart, Stephen, 1605-1682. Cam- 
bridge and Farmington, Conn. 
Under Maj. John Mason, Pe- 
quot War. Depurv, 1647, et seq. 
*Falkner, William H., 105. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Hartwell, Q. M. William, 1613- 
1690, Concord, Mass. Corp., 
1671. Quartermaster, Middle- 
sex Co. Troops, Capt. Thomas 
Wheeler, 1673. Soldier in King 
Philip's War, i675-'76. Cornet 
in Troop of Horse of Middle- 
sex Co. 
Lunt, William W., 121. 
Haskell, Capt. William, cWc. 
1 620-1 693, Gloucester, Mass. 
LiV"> of Train Band, 1681. 
* Ueceased. 



Afterwards Capt. Deputy, 
1672, et seq. 
Holbrook, Levi, 119. 
H.ASTiNGS, Thomas, 1605-1685, 
Watertown, Mass. Deputv, 
1673. 
Clark, Bvron N., 163. 
Heathfield, Herbert D., 107. 
Hatcher, William, 1614-1680. 
Member Va. House of Bur- 
gesses, 1644, et seq. 
Clark, Edward H., Jr., 194. 
H.atfield, Capt. Abraham, 1720- 
1775, Capt. of Militia, West- 
chester Co., N. Y., in the Old 
French War, 1758-1760. 
Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 
H.ATHORNE, M.AJOR WiLLIAM, 1607- 

16S1, Salem, Mass. Deputy to 
Genl. Ct. 1635, et seq. First 
Speaker, House of Deputies, 

1644, also Speaker, 1645, et seq. 
Gov.'s Asst., i662-'79. Com- 
missioner, United Colonies, 
i650-'54, '73. Capt., Salem Co., 

1645. Maj., 1656. Member of 
Committee on Articles of Con- 
federation of United Colonies, 
1648. Member of Committee 
for Preservation of Charter, 
1661. Asst., i662-'79. In charge 
of Military affairs, Marble- 
head, 1666. Judge, i667-'78. 

Odeil, William H. L., 112. 

Haughton, Richard, 1682. 

Volunteer at siege of Fort 
Uncas, Narragansett War, 
1657. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
H.awes, Daniel, Jr., 1684-1763. 
Officer, Mass. Coloiiial Forces, 
French and Indian War, 1757- 
'59- 

Hosmer, James R.. 57. 
H.AWKES. Asa, 1732-iSoi. Soldier 
in French and Indian War. 

Shepherd, Edward H., 224. 

Hawkins, Anthony, 1674, 

Farmington, Conn. One of the 
Patentees of Conn. under 
Charter from Charles II, 1662. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Deputy, i665-'67. Gov.'s Asst., 
i668-'7o. 
Enos, Alanson T., 76. 
Hawks, Eliezer (Elizeur), 1655- 
1727, Hadlev, Mass. In Capt. 
William Turner's Co., Falls 
Fight, King Philip's War. 
Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 
Hawks, Lieut.-Col. John, 1707- 
1784, Deerfield, Mass. Sergt., 
1746. Lieut., i754-'57. Capt., 
1758. Major, 1759. Lieut.-Col. 
under Amherst, 1760. 
Hawks, Frederick E., 107. 
H.AWLEY, Joseph, 1603-1690. Dep- 
ute-, Conn., i665-'S7. 
McClintock, Emory, 150. 
Hawlev, Capt. Joseph, 1654-1711. 
Capt. of Snow-shoe Men from 
Northampton, Mass., i7o8-'o9. 
*Young, William H., 81. 
Hayden, Willia.m, i6oo-i669,Wind- 
sor. Conn. Deputy, 1667. In 
Pequot War. In Maj. Mason's 
Troop, i657-'58. 
Sparro^v, Jackson W., 183. 
H.\yes, D.\niel, 1686-1756, Wind- 
sor, Conn. In Queen Anne's 
War. 
Trowbridge, Rutherford, 135. 

H.ayes, Jon.athan, . Member 

of Assembly, i689-'97. Prov. 
of Penn. 
Lewis, Fulton, 142. 

H.AYNES, Lieut. Abijah, 1701 , 

Sudbury, Mass. Lieut, in Capt. 
Josiah Richardson's 2nd Foot 
Co., Sudbury, Mass., 1757, 
French and Indian War. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Haynes, Gov. Johk, 1594-1654, 
Hartford, Conn. Gov., Mass. 
Bav Colonv, 1635. Gov. of 
Conn. Colo-.y. Pres., First Gene- 
ral Court, 1:37. Gov. alternate 
years until death. Commissioner 
of United Colonies, 1650. Col. 
of Regiment raised against the 
Indians, 1636. 
Treat, James W., 179. 
Willcox, Charles H., 210. 
Haynes, Joh:;, 1621-1692. Com- 
mander of garrison house at 



Sudbury, Mass. In Phips' Ex- 
pedition, 1690. Representative, 
1668. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Wood, William B., 71. 
Hazard, Robert, 1635-1710. Mili- 
tary Commissioner for Ports- 
mouth, R. I., in command of 
Boat Patrol. Recruiting Mas- 
ter, Ordinance Officer, King 
Philip's War. Deputy, 1664- 
'65. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Hazard, Tho.\ias, 1610-16S0, Mid- 
dleburg. Governor's Council, 
1654. Magistrate, i652-'55. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Hazen, Thomas, 1657-1735, Box- 
ford, Mass. In Major Samuel 
Appleton's Co., Narragansett 
Campaign, i675-'76. Great 
Swamp Fight. 
Gregg, Henry S., 190. 
Heald, Sergt. John, 1689. Un- 
der Maj.Williard, King Philip's 
War, 1675. Sergt., Concord Co., 
raised for French and Indian 
Wars. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
Pearson, William H., 124. 

Heard, Ensign James, 1675/6, 

Kittery, Me. Ensign of the 
Kittery Company, July, 1659. 
Lunt, William W., 121. 
He.aton, Sergt. James, 1633-1712. 
Sergt. and Ens., New Haven 
Militia. Representative, 1696- 
'97- 
Holcombe, John M., 137. 
He.\ton, Robert, 1716. Mem- 
ber of Assembly, Pa., 169S, 1700. 
Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 
Thompson, Henry B., 218. 

Hedge, Capt. William, , Yar- 

m.outh, Sandwich, Mass., and 
Lyme, Conn. Ens., 1653. Capt., 
Yarmouth Co., 1659. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Helme, Sergt. Christopher, 

1650. Sergt. of Train Band, 
Warwick, R. I., 1647. Justice 
of the R. I. Court of Trials, 
1648. 
Collins, Holdridge O., 202. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hempstead, Capt. Joshua, 1678- 
1758. Deputy to the General 
Court of Conn., 1718, et seq. 
Ensign, 1721. Lieut., 1724. 
Capt., 1726, serving until 1739, 
Second Company Train Band, 
New London, Conn. 

Harris, Williams C, 212. 

Kennett, William P., 177. 
Hemsley, Col. William, 1736-1812. 
Member of Md. Council, 1770- 
'71. Col., 20th Battalion, Queen 
Anne County Troops. 

Emory, Edward H., 176. 

Henchman, Major Thomas, 

1703. Lieut., comm.anding at 
Chelmsford Garrison, King 
Philip's War. Maj. of Middle- 
sex Regt., King William's War. 

Kimball, Harold C, 76. 
Herrick, Ensign Ephraim, 1692 

. Confirmed Ensign of 3rd 

Co. of Preston, Conn., by Gene- 
ral Assembly at New Haven, 
Oct. 8, 1735. 

Mower, Charles H., 162. 
Herrick, Corp. Joseph, 1645-1717, 
Salem Village, Mass. King 
Philip's War. Great Swamp 
Fight. Corp., 1692. 

Richardson, William S., 112. 
Hersey, William, 1600-1657, Hing- 
ham, Mass. In Militia, 1644- 
'45- 

Thayer, Charles L, 125. 
Hevvins, Jacob, 1711, Dor- 
chester, Mass. In garrison at 
Hadlev, 1676. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 

Hewlett, George, 1770. In 

Capt. Josiiua Cornell's Co. of 
Foot, Queen's County, N. Y., 
1715. 

Van Nostrand, Benjamin T., 68. 

Hicks, Capt. Thomas, 1640-1741. 

Under Capt. John Hicks, Fort 

Neck, 1653. Capt. of Militia at 

Hempstead. 

Ellimsn, Lawrence B., 51. 
HiGGEXsoN, Capt. Robert. Com- 
mander at Middle Plantation, 
1646. Received grant of land 
for services against the Indians. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 



HiGGiNS, Richard, . Member 

Plymouth Military Co. Council 
of War, 1653. Deputy, 1647. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
HiGGiNs, Thomas, i 677-1702. Dep- 
uty to General Assembly, N. J., 
1694-1695. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Hildreth, Sergt. Richard, 1605- 
16SS, Woburn and Chelmsford, 
Mass. Sergt. in the Military Co. 
prior to 1663. Served until 1664. 
Walton, Charles S., 203. 
Hill, Col. Edward, 1637-1700. 
Member of House of Burgesses 
of Va. Speaker of the House 
and member of Council. Com- 
mander-in-Chief in Henrico 
and Charles City Counties in 
1656. 
Bradford, Ben B., 140. 
Hill, Capt. Elisha, 1709/10-1764. 
Capt., York Co., Mass. (after- 
wards Maine) Militia, 1757. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Hill, Capt. John, 1666-1713. Ens. 
in King William's War, 1689. 
Lieut., 1692. Capt., 1693. Com- 
manded Fort Mary at Winter 
Harbor to 1700. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Hill, Major John, Jr., 1703-1772. 
Ensign, Maine Militia, 1727. 
Lieut., 1729. Capt., 1744. Major, 
1754- 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 

Hill, Peter, 1667. Member 

of Assembly of Lygoaia, 1648. 
Assistant of same. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 

Hills, Capt. Jon.athan, 16S3, 

East Hartford, Conn. Capt., 
5th Company of Train Band, 
Hartford, 1738. 
Hills, Ralph W., 141. 
Hills, Capt. Joseph, 1602-1688, 
Newbury, Mass. Deputy from 
Charlestown and Speaker of 
the House, 1647; from Maiden, 
i650-'56, '6o-'64; from New- 
burv, 1667, '69. Capt. Maiden 
Militarv Co. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Lea, James H., 119. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 

Richardson, William S., 112. 

HiNCKES, John, . Councillor, 

16S3. Assistant, 1686. Mem- 
ber Sir Edward Andros' Coun- 
cil, 1687. President of Coun- 
cil, 1692. 

Morrell, George C, 112. 

HiNcKLEV, Samuel, , 1662. In 

Lieut. Thomas Dymoke's Co., 
Barnstable, Mass., 1643. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

Morrell, George C., in. 

Teed, Freeman G., 201. 
Hinckley, Gov. Thom.\s, 1618- 
1706, Barnstable, Mass. Dep- 
uty, Plymouth, 1646, et seq. 
Asst., i658-'8o. Commissioner 
of Plymouth Col., i675-'76- 
Commissioner for United Colo- 
nies, i67S-'92. In Great Swamp 
Fight. Dep.-Gov., 1680. Gov., 
i68i-'92. Councillor of Prov- 
ince, 1686. Member of Council 
under Gov. Andros, 1687. Com- 
missioner from Plymouth Co. 
in charge of Military Forces 
against King Philip, i675-'76. 
Assistant, Prov. of Mass. Bay. 

Crocker, David, 104. 

Glover, George E., 106. 

Rosa, Nelson W., 64. 

HiN.MAN, Serct. Edward, 1681, 

Stratford, Conn. With Capt. 
John Underbill, under Stuyve- 
sant, against the Indians. 

McClintock, Emorv, 150. 
HiN.\LAN, Capt. Titus, 1656-1736, 
Woodbury, Conn. Lieut., 1710. 
Capt., 1714. 

Averill, Nathan K., 132. 
Hitchcock, Capt. Amos, 1724-1791. 
Commanded 6th Co., 2nd Regt. 
of Conn, forces in French and 
Indian War, Campaign of 
175S. 

Dwight, Frederick, 75. 

Trowbridge, Rutherford, 135. 
Hitchcock, Capt. Luke, 1655-1727, 
Springfield, Mass. Under Capt. 
Turner in the "Falls Fight." 

Hitchcock, Thomas B., 107. 
HoAGLAND, Lieut. Johannes, 



Trooper under Col. Dongan 
in Expedition to Albany, 1688. 
Lieut, of a Troop of Horse 
under Capt. Johannes de Pey- 
ster, 1700. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

Hoar, John, 1704, Scituate and 

Concord, Mass. Member Scit- 
uate Co., 1643. King Philip's 
War. 

Kent, Daniel, 119. 
Hodges, Capt. Henry, 1652-1717. 
Representative, i704-'i3-'i5- 
'i6-'i7. Capt., 2nd Military 
Co. Selectman. Member, Town 
Council. 

Runke, Louis B., 89. 
HoDGEss, Capt. William, i 682-1 766, 
Taunton, Mass. Capt., 3rd 
Military Co. of Taunton. One 
of the founders of New Taun- 
ton, now Westminster, Vt., 
.1735- 

Kingsley, Harvey R., 162. 

HODLEV, ElIPHALET, 1719-1763, 
Amesburv, Mass. In Capt. 
Richard Kelle/s Co. 
Guilford, William W., n8. 

HoDLEY, Samuel, Sr., 1655 , 

Amesbury, Mass. Member of 
the Train Band, 16S0. In King 
Philip's War. 
Guilford, William W., 118. 
HoLBRooK, John, 1673-1740, Sher- 
born, Mass. Representative to 
the General Court, i7i4-'22. 
Soldier in 1690 Expedition to 
Canada under Sir William 
Phips. 
Holbrook, Clark, 55. 
Holcomb(e), Lieut. N.xthaniel, 

1648 . Deputy, Simsbury, 

Conn., i703-'o6. Lieut., 1716. 
Holcorabe, John M., 137. 

HoLDEN, Justinian, 1691. 

Under Capt. Daniel Gookin in 
King Philip's War. 
Hicks, S. Chudleigh, 55. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 71. 
HoLDEN, Capt. Randall, 1612-1692, 
Warwich, R. I. Marshal and 
Corp. at Portsmouth, R. I., 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1638. Asst, 1647, <•/ jf?. Capt., 
1664. Deputy, i666-'86. 

Prince, Charles J., ii2. 

HoLLiDAv, Lieut. James, 1757. 

Commissioned Lieut, in Second 
Battalion, Penn. Troops, under 
Lieut.-Col. John Armstrong, 
March 25, 1756. Died in battle 
near Loudon Mts., Penn., June 
9, 1757- 

Holliday, William P., 212. 
HoLLisTER, Lieut. John, 1612-1665, 
Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy, 
Mass., 1644; Conn., i645-'56. 
Lieut., Hartford Countv Militia, 
1657. 

Moffat, R. Burnham, 78. 

Root, Cyrus, 144. 

Thompson, Royal W., 142. 
HoL.MAN, Capt. Solomon, 1697- 
1785. In Capt. James Smith's 
Co., Col. John Greenleaf's 
Regt., Crown Point Expedition, 
1754. Served as Capt. of "Men 
from Sutton," 1755 and 1761. 

Decker, Wilbur F., 189. 
Holmes, Okadi.-.h, 1607-1682. Mem- 
ber Special Governor's Coun- 
cil, King Philip's War. Rep- 
resentative, at Newport and 
Portsmouth, R. L, 1656. 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Burlingame, Edwin A., 225. 

Chapman, Edwin N., 46. 

Gerald, Herbert P., 141. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Thomas Robert M., 80. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Holmes, Samuel, 1733-1803. Sol- 
dier in French and Indian 
War, 1758. 

Holmes, Daniel F., 223. 
Hone, Philip, 1743-1798. In Capt. 
Tobias Van Zandt's Co., N. Y., 
1759- 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
HooE, Rice, Va., 1599-1655. Mem- 
ber House of Burgesses, Shir- 
ley Hundred Island, i632-'33, 
and Charles City Co., 1644- 
46. 

Magruder, Caleb C, Jr., 144. 
Hooker, Rev. Thomas, 1585-1647, 



Leader of Expedition which 
founded the Colonv of Conn., 
.1C35. 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 55. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 

Spencer, Selden, 179 
Hooper, William, , Marble- 
head, Mass. Served in Nar- 
ragansett Wars. In Captain 
Henchman's Company, 1675. 
In Captain Wadsworth's Com- 
pany, 1676. 

Lord, 'Calvin, 121. 

HooPES, Joshua, 1723, Buck's 

Co., Pa. Member Assembly, 
16S6, et seq. 

Hoopes, Wilford L., 223. 

Hope, Lieut. Tho.mas, 1777. 

Lieut, in one of the two Asso- 
ciate Regiments of Chester 
County, Pa., i747-'48. 

Cunningham, William C, 233. 
Hopkins, Lieut. John, 1665-1732. 
Sergt., Conn. Colonial Troops. 
1714. Ens., 1715. Lieut., 1716. 

Hopkins, Forest, 166. 
Hopkins, John, 1735-1823. In Capt. 
George Brewerton's Co., N. Y., 
175S. 

Daniell, Griswold B., 47. 

Hopkins, Stephen, 1644. In 

the "First Encounter" with the 
Indians at Great Meadow 
Creek, 1620. Member under 
Arms, Capt. Myles Standish, 
1621. Member of Governor's 
Council, i633-'36. Council of 
War for Plymouth, 1642. Vol- 
unteer in Pequot War. 

Brvant, W. Sohier, 44. 

Cole, Amedee B., 176. 

Morse, Glenn T., 121. 

Smith, Dwight, 65. 

Watrous, Charles L., 208. 
HOPKINSON, John, 1646-1704, Row- 
ley, Mass. King Philip's War, 
Capt. Brocklebar.k's Co. 

Geer, Walter, 53. 
HoFKiNsoN, Thomas, 1709-1751. 
Council, Prov. of Penn., 1747. 

Baird, Oliver H., 87. 

Gilpin, Francis H., 88. 
Hosmer, jA.MEj, 1676. Killed 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



at the Haines Garrison House, 
Sudbury Fight, King Philip's 
War, with other Concord vol- 
unteers. 
Dickerman, William C, 49. 
Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 
Wocdin, William H., 72. 
HosMER, Capt. Stephen', 1704-1758. 
Capt., Hartford Corapan)', 
1755. French and Indian War. 
In garrison at Pantusick until 
Sept. 8, 1755. Deput}- for East 
Haddam, 1744. Deputy for 
Hartford to Conn. General 
Assembly, 1752, '53, '55, '56. 
Hosmer, James R., 57. 
Winchester, Henry C, Jr., 6S. 
Hos.MER, Tho.mas, 1604-16S7, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Representative. 
Lea, James H., 119. 

Hough, Atherton, 1650. 

Assistant, Mass. Bay Colony, 
1635. Deputv, 1637, 1638. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Hough, William, 1619-1683. En- 
gineer at New London. In 
King Philip's War. 
Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
HouLTON, Joseph, 1621-1705, Salem, 
Mass. In Capt. Joseph Gardi- 
ner's Co., 1675. 
Ballard, Willis D., 102. 
How(e), Edward, 1644, Water- 
town, Mass. Deput}-, 1635, et 
seg. 
Farwell. John W., 117. 
Lea. James H., 119. 

How(e), John, Sr., 1687, 

Marlborough, Mass. Com- 
manded a Garrison House at 
Marlborough, King Philip's 
War. 
Adsit, Elbridge S., 161. 
Howard. Lieut. Johx, 1625-1700, 
Bridgewater, Mass. Ens., 

Bridgewater Military Co., 1664. 
Lieut., 16S9. Deputy, 167S-16S3. 
Henry, George F., 20S. 
Howe. ' Capt. Daniel, 165S-1718, 
Marlborough, Mass. In gar- 
rison at Marlborough, March, 
1692. Afterwards called Cap- 
tain. 
Barnes, George E., 42. 



Fulton, William E., 134. 
Howell, Edward, 1585-1656, Lynn, 
Mass., and Southampton, L. I. 
Gov.'s Assist., i647-'53, Conn. 
Colony. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 

Howell, William, 76. 
Howell, Major John, 1625-1695, 
Southampton, L. I. Deputy, 
1662-1664. Governor's Assist- 
ant, 1664. Command against 
the Dutch, i673-'74. Major of 
Troop, 1684. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 

Howell, Charles P., 57. 

Rumrill, Frank, 124. 

Howland, Lieut. Jabez, 1628 . 

Lieut., Capt. Benjamin Church, 
in King Philip's War. 

Howland, Carver, 198. 
Howland, John, 1592-1673. "First 
Encounter," Great Meadow 
Creek, 1620. Gov.'s .-Ysst., 1633- 
35. In commap.d of Kennebec 
Trading Post, 1634. Deputy, 
1641, et sea. 

Bassett, Austin B., 132. 

Brown, John B., 75. 

Cadle, Cornelius, 175. 

Cannon, William W. H., 222. 

Crocker, David, 104. 

Doten, Elmer A., 229. 

Green, Samuel S., 118. 

Guild, Frederick T., 223. 

Koppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 

Morrell, George C, iir. 

Reed, Latham G., 78. 

Stevens, William S. B., 125. 

Howland, Lieut. John, 1627 , 

Barnstable, Mass. Ensign in 
the Militarv Co. at Barnstable, 
King Philip's War, 1675. 
Lieut., 16S3. 

Crocker, David, 104. 

Howard, Lieut. Joseph, 1704, 

Plymouth. Lieut., Plymouth Co., 
1679. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Hubbard, George, 1683. Dep- 
uty, Conn, and Mass., 1637, et 
seg. 

Hays, James A., 227. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hubbard, Phineas, io8. 
Hubbard, William, 1594-1670, Ips- 
wich, Mass. Deputy, 1638, et 
seq. 

Hart, Samuel, 136. 
HuDSOX, Daniel, 1697, Lan- 
caster, Mass. In Capt. Joseph 
Sill's Co., King Philip's War. 
In garrison, i69i-'92. Killed 
■with Tpife and children, Sept. 
II, 1697. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 

Hughes, Lieut. James, 1766, 

Augusta Co., Va. Lieut, in 
Militia, i756-'6o. 

Owen, Robert L., 143. 
Hull, Benjamin, 1639-1703. Pri- 
vate in Capt. Robert Mason's 
Troop of Horse, 1679. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Hull, Benjamin, 1680-1732. En- 
sign of Militia, Piscataway, 
N. J., .713- 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Hull, Lieut. Cornelius, 1626-1695, 
Fairfield, Conn. Lieut., King 
Philip's War. Messenger of 
Council of War, 1675. Lieut, 
Maj. Treat's Life Guard, 1675. 
Deputy, 1676. 

Benton, Arthur B., 202. 
Hull, George, 1659. Assist- 
ant, 1654. Deput}' previous to 
1654. Member, General Court 
of Conn., 1637. 

Enders, John O., 133. 

Hull, Rev. Joseph, 1594-1665, 

Barnstable, Plymouth Colony. 

Deputy, Mass., from Hingham, 

1638; to Plymouth Col., 1639. 

»Hu11, John C. F., 198. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

Hull, Josiah, 1675. Deputy 

from Windsor, Conn., 1659- 
1662. Deputy from Killing- 
worth, Conn., 1667-1674. 

Enders_ John 0., 133. 

Humphrey, Michael, 1695. 

In Windsor Dragoons, 1667. 
Deputy from Simsbury, Conn., 
1670. In service at Windsor, 
i675-'76. 

Sm ith, Will iam D. G., 158. 
* Deceased. 



HUNGERFORD, DAVID, I709-1758. In 

Capt. Eldad Lewis' Co.. 2d 
Conn. Regt., i755-'58, French 
and Indian Wars. 

Hungerford, Victor W., 57. 
Hungerford, William, Charles 
County, Md. Soldier in Md. 
Militia, I747^'48. 

Gregg, Maurice, 95. 

Hunnevvell, Lieut. Richard, 

1703. Scarborough, Me. Lieut., 
under Capt. Joshua Scottow, 
Black Point Garrison, King 
Philip's War. 

McGrath, John, 183. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Hunt, Captain Peter, 1610-1692, 
Rehoboth, Mass. A first settler 
of Rehoboth. Lieutenant of 
Rehoboth Train Band, 1654-82. 
Captain, 1682-92. Member of 
Council of War, 1658, 1685. 
Deputy to Plymouth General 
Court for fifteen years as Com- 
mander of Rehoboth Train 
Band, he assisted Captain 
Henchman in the pursuit and 
defeat of King Philip upon the 
latter's flight from Mt. Hope. 
Defended town of Rehoboth 
when same was attacked and 
burned, March 28, 1676. 

Baker, Frederic W., 102. 
Hunter, Isaac, 1740-1816. With 
Capt. Eleazar Warner's Co., 
of New Braintree, Mass., un- 
der Gen. Vv'ehb, 1757, and with 
Capt. Andrew Dalrymple's 
Co., under Col. Jedidiah Preble, 
175S, French and Indian Wars. 

Barnes, George E., 42. 

Huntington, John, 1642 , 

Amesbury, Mass. Snow-shoe 
man, 1708. 

Atwood, Luther, 102. 
Huntington, Si.mon, 1659-1736. 
House used as Arsenal, Nor- 
wich. Indian Wars. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 

HuRLBUT, Lieut. Thomas, 

1671, Wethersfield, Conn. Un- 
der Lion Gardiner in the Pe- 
quot War. Clerk of Train 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Band, 1640. Deputy, 1644. 
Lieut, at the Saybrook Fort. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
HussEV, Christopher, 1595-1686. 
A Member of Council, N. 
Hamp., 16S0. Representative, 
Mass., i65S-'6o. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Robie, Guy S., 234. 
Robie, William J., 234. 

HuTCHiNS, Francis, 1698. 

Member Md. House of Assem- 
bly, 1694. 
Boogher, Frank, 174. 
Boogher, Howard M., 174. 
Boogher, John H., 175. 
Boogher, La\Trence, 175. 
Carleton, Murray, 176. 
HuTCHixs, Hezekiah, 1727-1796. 
In Capt. Thomas Cheney's Co., 
8th Mass. Regt., Louisburg, 
1745. Lieut., Major Stephen 
Miller's Co., Co. Jonathan 
Bayley's Mass. Regt, Fort Wil- 
liam Henry. Capt., Engineer 
at Fort Frederick. 
Silvester, Learoyd, 90. 
Hutchins, John% 1604-1685, New- 
bury and Haverhill, ?.Iass. In 
King Philip's War in 1675. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Wood, William B., 71. 
Hutchinson, Capt. Edvv.\rd, 1613- 
1675 Mass. Capt., A. & H. A. 
Co., 1657. Deputy, 1658. Capt. 
of "Three Count}' Troupe," 
l659-'74. Capt. of Expedition 
against Niprauck Indians, and 
died from wounds received in 
fight, Aug. 2, 1675. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 
Hutchinson, Gov. William, 1586- 
1642. Representative to Gen- 
eral Court of Mass., i635-'38. 
Gov. of Portsmouth, R. I., 
i639-'40. 
Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Hyde, Capt. Daniel, 1694-1770, 
Conn. Capt., 3rd Norwich Co. 
Militia, 1746, f/jr?. In French 
War, 1748. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 



IDE, Nicholas, 1620-1690. In King 

Philip's War, under Major 

William Bradford. 
Brown, John B., 75. 
Ide, Robert L., 58. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 
Ide, Nickol.^s, 1654-1723, Attle- 

boro, Mass. Representative, 

1714. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 

Jackson, Edward, 1602-1681. Dep- 
uty from Cambridge, Mass., 
1647, et seq. 
Koop, Eugene J., 76. 
Robinson, Roswell R., 124. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 

J.icKSON, Col. John, i735- 

Long Island Militia. Member 
of Assembly. 
Elliman, Lawrence B., 51. 
Jackson, Seb.'^s, 1642-1690, Newton, 
Mass. In Capt. Poole's Co., 
King Philip's War. 
Koop, Eugene J., 76. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 

Jacob, Nicholas, 1657, Hing- 

ham, Mass. Deput}-, 164S-1649. 
Weld, George F., 126. 
James, John, 1641-1676. Wounded 
in fight with Indians and died 
from his wounds. 
Baker, Alfred L., 170. 
James, Sergt. Thomas. Member of 
Capt. Mosely's Co. at Mt. 
Hope, 1675. 
Baker, Alfred L., 170. 
Jannev, Thomas. 1634-1696. Mem- 
ber of the Council of Penn., 
16S3-1686. 
White, Fletcher, 143. 
J.iY, John, 1745-1S29. Member of 
Continental Congress, i774-'75- 
Member of N. V. Provincial 
Congress, 1775. Chief Justice 
of United States. 
Du Bois, Ernest B., 198. 
Jenckes, Joseph, 2d, 1632-1717. 
Governor's Assistant of R. I., 
1650, et seq. 
Bicknell, George A., 43. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Jenckes, Gov. Joseph, 1650-1740. 
Dep.-Gov. of R. I., i7i5-'27- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Gov., i727-'32. Major of the 
Main, lyoy-'ii. 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Jenkins, William, i 648-1712. 
Member of Assembly, 1690- 
1695. Member of Council, 
Prov. of Penn., 1691-1692. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Jenney, John, 1643/44. Sol- 
dier in King Philip's War. 

Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Jennison, Ens. Samuel, 1645-1700, 
Watertown, Mass. Ens. in 
Militia. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 
JEWETT, Joseph, 1609-1660/1, Row- 
ley, Mass. Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Court, 1651-54, 1660. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, \^'illiam H., 123. 
Jewett, Joseph, Jr., 1656-1710, 
Rowley, Mass. Served with 
Major Appleton in the Narra- 
gansett Campaign, 1675. Also 
under Captain Joseph Gardi- 
ner. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 124. 
Johnson, Captain Edward, Sr., 
1599-1672, Woburn, Mass. One 
of the founders of A. & H. A. 
Co., 1637. Ens. in Capt. George 
Cooke's Co., 1638. Lieut, of 
Middlesex Co. Troop, 1643; 
Capt., 1644. Surveyor-General 
of the Military Stores of the 
Colony, 1659. Deputy, 1643- 
'47, '49-'70- Speaker, 1655. 

Brvant, W. Sohier, 44. 

Cutler, Elbridge G., 117. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Kimball, Clarence H., 109. 
Johnson, Capt. Isaac, 1615-1675. 
Capt. A. & H. A. Co., 1667, 
and of the Roxbury Militia, 
1653. Killed in Narragansett 
Fort Fight. 

Morris, Seymour, 121. 
Johnson, John, 1600-1659 Rox- 
bury, Mass. Was "Surveyor 
of all ye Arrayes." Deputy to 
the General Court, 1634, et 
seq. 



Clark, Eliot A., 104. 

Morris, Seymour, 121. 
Johnson, Sergt. Matthew, 1633- 
1696, Woburn, Mass. Sergt., 
1663. Deputy, i689-'92. 

Swan, Reuben S., 125. 
Johnson, Capt. Timothy, 1679- 
1771. 7th Co., Col. James 
Stevens's 4th Mass. Rcgt. Ex- 
pedition against Louisburg, 
1745. Representative, 1737- 
1745. Capt. in French and In- 
dian War. 

Allen, John J., i6i. 

Allen, Marion S., 161. 
Johnson, Maj. William, 1629-1704, 
^^'oburn, Mass. Assistant, 
Mass. Bay Colony, i684-'86, 
'S9-'9i. Member Council of 
Safety, Andres troubles, 1689. 
Deputy to the General Court, 
1674, '76-'83. Maj. of Militia 
under Lieut. -Col. Joseph L^'nde, 
King William's War. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Ludington, Elliot K., 177. 
Johnstone, Dr. John, 1661-1732. 
Member of King's Council for 
Prov. of N. J., 16S6-1690, for 
N. Y., 1716-1723. Represented 
Middlesex Co., in the General 
Assembly. Speaker. 

Bradish, George J., 44. 
Jones, Ensign Isaac, 1702-1759. 
Ensign in Col. Elisha Wil- 
liam's Regt., Conn. Foot, 1747- 
'48. 

Hill, Edwin A., 141. 

Jones, Parker, 1734 . Private 

in relief of Fort William 
Henry, 1757. 

Hill, Edwin A., 141- 

Jones, Robert, 17+6- Member 

of Pa. Assembly, 1711, et seq. 

Thompson, Henry B., 218. 
Jones, Robert, 1633 , Ames- 
bury, Mass. Under Capt. Tur- 
ner' in Falls Fight, King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Bailey, Edward P., 169. 
Jones, Maj. Thomas, 1665-1713, 
OysterBay, L. L Capt. Queen's 
Co., N. Y., 1702. Major, 1707, 

Jones, Walter R., 58. 



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IXDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Jones, Dep.-Gov. William, 1634- 
1706. Assistant, 1662-1664. 
Dep.-Gov., 1664-1665, New 
Haven Colony. Assistant, 1665- 
1691. Dep.-Gov., 1691-1698, 
Colony of Conn. 

Benedict, Walter S., 74. 

Hill, Edwin A., 141. 

Macfarlane, George S., iii. 
Jones, William, 1723-1759. Mas- 
ter's Mate on Privateer "King 
George" of Nevrport, R. I., 
1744. Second Lieut., 1747. 
Quartermaster, 1747. Master 
on Privateer "Ranger" of 
Nevpport, R. I., Oct., 1744- 
First Lieut, on Privateer "Duke 
of Marlborough," 1759. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 

Jordan, Dominicus, 1703, 

Spurwick (Falmouth), Maine. 
Killed by Indians at his home 
in Spurwick, and wife and six 
children taken captives at out- 
break of "3rd Indian War." 
Kept Garrison House at Spur- 
wick. 

Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Jordan, Rev. Robert, 1612-1679, 
Falmouth, Me. Member of 
the Council of George Cleves, 
Deputy Pres. Prov. of Lygon- 
ia, 1648. Appointed by the 
Commissioners of Charles II. 
as one of the four to govern 
the Prov. of Me., 1665. Had 
one of the garrisons at Spur- 
wick (Falmouth). His House 
destroyed by Indians, 1675. 
Chaplain of the garrisons at 
Spurwick and Scarborough. 

Favor, Otis S., 170. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 

Jordan, Samuel, . Of 

"Seven Islands," Buckingham 
Co., Va. Capt., 1753. Presid- 
ing Justice and County Lieut., 
1761. One of the Commission- 
ers to examine the Militia ac- 
counts, 1758. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Joy, Nathaniel, 1734-1763. Served 
in Capt. Edward Ward's Co., 



Col. Joseph Vrilliam's Regt., 
175S; and in Col. Thomas' 
Regt., 1760, both for the reduc- 
tion of Canada, Old Freach 
War. Died in service. 

Joy, Russell T., 58. 
Joy, Sa.muel, 1639-1671, Boston, 
Mass. Member A. & H. A. Co., 
1665. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Joy, THOM-is, 16H-167S, Hingham, 
Mass. Member A. & H. A. Co., 
1658. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 
JUDD, Thomas, circ. i6oS-i683, Far- 
mington, Conn. Deputy from 
Hartford to General Assembly, 
1646, et seq.; from Waterburv, 
i6(i2, et seg.;irom Farmington, 
1667, et seq. 

Smith, William D. G., 157. 
JoDsoN, Capt. James, 1650-1721. 
Lieut, of Dragoons, 1690, Strat- 
ford, Conn., 1697, King Phil- 
ip's War. Capt., 1693. Dep- 
uty, 1689-1706. 

Moffat, R. Burnham, 78. 
JuDSON, Serct. Jeremiah, 1621-1700. 
Served on committee of fortifi- 
cations, Stratford, Conn., Nov., 
1675. 

Burton, Lewis W., 194. 
JuDsoN, Lieut. Joseph, 1619-1690. 
Ens., Stratford, Conn. Com- 
mittee to defend the coast, 
Stratford to Rye, against the 
Dutch, under Admiral De- 
Reuter. Lieut., 1672. In King 
Philip's War. Lieut., Wood- 
bury Train Band, 1684. Dep- 
ut>-, i684-'86. 

Parker, Charles W., 151. 

Perry, John P. H., 62. 

Keep, John. Slain bv Indians, March 
26, 1676, in King Philip's War. 
Keep, Chauncey, 166. 
Kellogg, Lieut. Joseph, 1627-1707. 
Lieut at Hadley, 1662. Sergt. 
in Capt. William Turner's Co., 
Falls Fight, 1676. 
Kellogg, George C, 58. 
Kendall, Isaac, 16S6-1773. Deputy 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



to General Assembly of Conn., 
i73(;-'42. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

Kenney, Henry, 1624 , Salem, 

Mass. In King Philip's War 
under Capt. George Corwin, 
1676. 

Dickerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 
KeiV.vey, Thomas, 1656-1687, Salem, 
Mass. In Thomas Gardiner's 
Co., 1675, at Great Swamp 
Fight, King Philip's War. 

Dickerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

\Voodin, William H., 72. 
Ketchum, Ensign Jonathan, 1714- 
1790, Norwalk, Conn. Ensign, 
Norwalk Train Band, 1749. 

Ketchum, Charles J., 119. 
Kettell, Ens. Richard, 1615-16S0, 
Charlestown, Mass. Sergt. of 
Foot Co. of Charlestown. Ens., 



Richardson, William S., 112. 
Kettell, Sergt. Samuel, 1642-1694, 
Charlestown, Mass. Ens. under 
Capt. Hammond. Drummer. 
Sergt., 1688. 
Richardson, William S., 112. 
Kidder, Ens. James, 1626-1676, Bil- 
lerica, Mass. Ens., Lieut. Dan- 
forth's Co., Middlesex Regt., 
1675. His dwelling used as a 
Garrison House, King Philip's 
War. 
Thayer, Edwin A., 191. 
Kilby, Ensign John, 1668-1722, 
Boston, Mass. Ensign, A. & H. 
A. Co., 1705. 
Smith, Thomas K., 90. 

Kilham, Thomas, 1653 . Under 

Maj. Samuel Appleton, King 
Philip's War. 
Sawyer, Isaac H., 179. 

Kimberlev, Thomas, 1673, 

Stratford, Conn. Marshal of 
New Haven Colony, i653-'6i. 
Deput}-, 1639. 
Bronson, Edward P., 175. 
King, Fearnot, 1655-1703, West- 



field, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip's War. 
Smith, William D. G., 158. 

King, Francis, circ. 1690 , Prince 

George's Co., Md. Militiaman 
in Capt. Samuel Magruder's Co., 
1749- 
Duvall, Richard M., 9S. 
King, Capt. John, 1629-1703. Lieut., 
1692, Northampton, Mass., under 
Capt. Preserved Clapp, Indian 
attack on Quabogue. Capt. 
Depurv. 
Westfali, John H., 115. 
King, Paul, 1701-1760. Soldier in 
French and Indian Wars. 
King, Samuel B., 166. 
King, Richard, 1718-1775, Scar- 
borough, Me. Commr. of the 
Troops destined for Annapolis 
Royal, i745-'48. 
EUiman, Lawrence B., 51. 
Kingsbury, Lieut.-Col. John, 171S- 
1764. Capt. and Maj. in Col. 
Plaisted's Regt., 1755/56 ; Lieut.- 
Col. in Col. Bagley's Regt., 1755/ 
56, at Crown Feint and Lake 
George. 
Scott, Henry E., 113. 
Kingsbury, Capt. Joseph, 2nd, 1682- 
1757, Norwich. Deputy, 1731, 
et seq. Ensign, 1719. Lieut. 
1727. Capt., 174S. 
Graves, Clyde M., 227. 
Kingsland, Capt. Isaac, 1648-169S. 
Governor's Council, N. J., 1684- 
1698. Governor's Council, N. J., 
i6S4-'96. Capt. Militia. 
Robbins, Le Roy K., 17S. 
Kip (or ICype), Hendrick, 1576 
. One of Nine Men. Mem- 
ber of Council of New Amster- 
dam. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Kirtland, Nathaniel, 16S6. 

Private in Capt. Nicholas Man- 
ning's Co., King Philip's War. 
Clarke, Chauncey H., 176. 
Kitchell, Ens. Samuel, 1633-1690, 
Guilford, Conn., Ens., 1665. At 
Newark, N. J., 1673. 
Haines, John P., 54. 
Knapp., Lieut. S.amuel. 1668-1739. 
Ensign of i rain Band, 1713, 



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1716. Lieut., 1716. Deputy to 
Assembly, 1716, 1721, 1722. 
Smith, Orson, 167. 

Knott, Richard, 16S4, Mar- 

blehead, Mass. Surgeon of the 
Massachusetts Regiment in the 
Narragansett Campaign, 1675. 
Lord, Calvin, 121. 

Knox, Capt. John, 1722-1790. Capt. 
in the 43rd British Regt. under 
Wolfe, and engaged at Quebec 
and in other battles. He was 
the author of "Knox's Historical 
Journals," of the Campaigns of 
1755 and 1759- 
Elder, Thomas L., 50. 

Ladd, Capt. Daniel, 1686 , 

Exeter, N. H. Scout in Capt. 
Nicholas Gilman's Co., 1710. 
Commanded Co. in pursuit of 
Indians near Lake Winnepe- 
saukee, 1724. Capt. of a Co. 
which he organized for scout 
dur\- to protect Canterbury 
and Rumford (Concord), 1746. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 72. 
Ladd, Nathaniel, 1651-1691. Pri- 
vate in King Philip's War. 
Private in King William's 
War, 1690, and died from 
wounds received in fight at 
Maquoit, Me., Sept. 22, 1690. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 71. 

Lakin, Ens. John, 1697, Gro- 

ton, Mass. Ens., 1692. Com- 
mander of Garrison at Groton. 
Sergt., King Philip's War. 
Walton. Charles S., 203. 

Lamb, Abiel, 17 10, Roxbury, 

Mass. In Capt. Isaac Johnson's 
Co., Great Swamp Fight, 1675. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Lamb, Ebenezer, 1736 , Ox- 
ford, Mass. In Capt. Jeremiah 
Larned's Co., 1759; Capt. Wil- 
liam Paige's Co., 1761. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Lane, Col. John, 1661-1715, Bil- 
lerica, Mass. Lieut, 1693, King 
William's War. Capt., 1699. 
Maj., West Regt- of Horse and 



Foot, 171 1, Queen Anne's War. 
Deputv, 1702. Col. of Mass. 
Militia. 

Whitmore, Charles E., 115. 

Whitmore, Franklin G., 135. 

Lane, Capt. John, 170S . 

Commissioned Lieut, of the 
I2th Co., 7th Conn. Regt., by 
the General Assembly of 
Conn., 1752. Commissioned 
Capt., 1754. 

Lane, George B., 190. 
L.\rdner, Lieut. Lynford, 1715- 
1774. Receiver-General, and 
Member of the Council, Prov. 
of Penn. Lieut., Philadelphia 
Troop, French and Indian 
War. 

Starr, Isaac, Jr., 91. 

Larkin, Edward, 1652, Char- 

lestown, Mass. A. & H. A. 
Co., 1645. 

Lord, Charles E., 121. 
Earned, Isaac, Sr., 1623-1657, 
Chelmsford, Mass. Sergt. of 
Train Band, 1656. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Earned, Isaac, Jr., 1656-1737, 
Framingham, Mass. Under 
Capt. Syll and Capt. Daven- 
port, Great Swamp Fight. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Latham, Cary, 1613-1685, Groton, 
Conn. Deputy to General 
Court, 1664-1670. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 

LaTHROP 1'. LOTHROP. 

Lattimer, John, 1662. In 

Capt. Mason's Wethersfield, 
Conn., Co. Troops, 1658. 
Smith, Howard C, 79. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
L.wvRENCE, Jonathan, 1703-1789, 
Littleton, Mass. Soldier in 
1748- 
Wead, Leslie C, 126. 
Lawrence, Ens. Joseph, 1666-1759, 
Flushing, L. I. Ens. Queens Co., 
Militia, 16S4. 
Elliman, Lawrence B., 51. 
Underbill, Frederic E., 80. 
L.^wrence, Ensign Nathaniel, 
1639-1724, Groton, Mass. En- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



sign, 1673. Representative, 
i692-'93. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Pearson, William H., 124. 
Law-rence, Richard, 1691-1758, 
Tews Neck, L. I. In Capt. 
Jonathan Wright's Co., 1715. 
Elliman, Lawrence B., 51. 
Lawrence, Capt. William, 1623- 
1680. Queens Co. Militia, 1665- 
1680. Commanded Flushing 
Co. at surrender of N. Y. to 
the Dutch, 1673. 
Ellim.an, Lawrence B., 51. 
L.AWTON, George, . Gov- 
ernor's Assistant, R. L, 1680- 

1690. Member, Council of 
War, 1671. Deputy, 1660, ei 
seq. Member Court of Trials, 
1648. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Lavvton, Isaac, 1650-1731. Gov- 
ernor's Assistant, R. I.. 1690- 

1691. Deputy, 1696, et seq. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

L.4Y, John, Jr.. 1633,1696, Lyme, 
Conn. In King Philip's War, 
wounded in Great Swamp 
Fight. 
Lea, James H., 120. 
Leach (see also Leech). 
Le.ach, Capt. Richard, 1639-1687, 
Salem, Mass. 
Richardson, William S., 112. 

Lear. John, 1695. Member 

Colonial Council, Va., 1683. 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1666, '85, '88. 
Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Learned, Benoni, 1657-1738, Sher- 
born, Mass. In King Philip's 
War, 1676. Deput}', 1701. 
E:.os, Alanson T., 76. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 
Learned, Corp. Fanning, 1733/34 
. Corp. in Richard Grid- 
lev's Co. at Crown Point, 1756. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 

Leavenworth, Rev. Mark, 

. Chaplain, Col. Nathan 

Whiting's 2d Conn. Regt., Ex- 
pedition against Canada, 1760; 
Montreal, 1761. 



Kingsbury, Frederick J., 135. 
Leavitt, John, 1608-1691, Hing- 
ham, Mass. Deputv, i658-'64. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Leavitt, Moses, 1650-1731, Exeter, 
N. H. In garrison, 1696. Rep- 
resentative, 1693, et seq. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 109. 
Lee, John, 1657-1711. Westfield, 
Mass. In Capt. William Tur- 
ner's Co., King Philip's War. 
Trowbridge, Rutherford, 135. 
Leech, Tobias (Toby), 1651-1726. 
Member of Penn. Assembly, 

1713, et seq. 

Gibson, George T. M., 95. 
Perkins, Rowan P., 89. 
Leete, Gov. William, 1613-1683 
Guilford, Conn. Deputy, 1644, 
Secretary, 1646. Gov.'s Asst 
New Haven Colony, 1653-1658, 
Dep.-Gov., 1658-1661. Com- 
missioner for the United Colo- 
nies, 1655-1679. Gov., 1661- 
1665. Gov.'s Asst., Conn. Col 
onv, 1665-1669. Dep.-Gov., 
1669-1676. Gov., 1676-1683. 

Burbank, Eugene D., 166 and 197, 

Ingraham, Phoenix, 58. 

Peck, George L., 62. 

Strong, Alan H., 151. 
Leffingweli , Lieut. Thomas, 1622- 

1714, Norwich, Conn. Deputy 
to General Assembly, 1661- 
1710. Rendered important aid 
to Uncas when besieged by 
hostile Indians. Ens., 1672. 
Lieut., 1676. In King Philip's 
War, and Capt. Denison's Co. 

Brewer. Arthur H., 136. 
Elv, Grosvenor, 133. 
Parker, Calvin D., 2io. 
Leffingwell, Ens. Thomas, Jr., 
1 649-1 724. Ens., Norwich, 
Conn., Militia. Deputy, 1716. 
Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 
Le Maistre, Claude, 1610-1683. 
Cadet against Esopus Indians. 
One of the 30 provided with 
pound of powder each for ser- 
vice at Harlem. 
Bussing, John S., 75. 
Leonard," James, circ. 1643-1726. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Deput>- to the General Court 
of Mass. Bay, lyoi, '08, '21. 

Ruiik, Louis B., 89. 
Leonard, Johx, 1676, Spring- 
field, Mass. Killed, King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 
Leonard, Maj. Thomas, 1641-1713, 
Taunton, Mass. Ens., 1665. 
Capt., 1690; afterwards Maj. 
in command of Bristol Co., 
Mass., Troops. Deputy, 1680- 
'90. 

Perry, John P. H., 63. 
Levis, Samuel, 1649-1734. Mem- 
ber of Pa. Assembly from 
Chester County, 1686, '89, '94, 
'98, 1700, i7o6-'o9. Member 
Provincial Council of Pa, 1692. 

Starr, Isaac, Jr., 91. 

•Warner, John, 218. 
Lewis, Brig.-Gen. Andrew, 1720- 
'81. In Va. Indian Wars, 1754- 
'76, with Washington at sur- 
render of Fort Necessitv; at 
Braddock's defeat; Sandy Creek 
Expedition, 1756; Brig.-Gen., 
1774; Commander-in-Chief at 
Point Pleasant. 

Stewart, Joseph K., 195. 
Lewis, Evan, 1677-1735. Member 
of Prov. Assembly of Penn., 
1706, et leg. 

Lewis, Fulton, 142. 
Lewis, Isaac, 1656/7-1691, Charles- 
to%vn, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip's War, and a "soldier 
grantee" in the Narragansett 
Township No. 2. 

Witthaus, Guy H., 68. 
Lewis. Lieut. James, 1637-1713. 
Lieut., Barnstable Co., Mass., 
167S. 

Brown, Philip G., 231. 

Willcutt, Levi L., 126. 
Lewis, Lieutenant John, 1631 

, Lynn, Mass. In Captain 

Daniel Henchman's Company 
in King Philip's War, 1675. 
Under Captain Nicholas Man- 
ning and also under Captain 
Scottow in 1676. 

W atkins. W alter K., 126. 
* Deceased. 



Lewis, Capt. Leonard, 1730. 

Capt. of Foot Co., N. Y., 1700. 
Member of Assembly from 
N. v., 1699-1701, from Dutch- 
ess Co., i7i3-'26. 
Roe, Charles F., 79. 

Lewis, Thomas, 1718-1790. Mem- 
ber of Va. House of Burgesses, 
1732, et scq. 
Lewis, Charles, 182. 

Lewis, William, 1731, New- 
town, Pa. Member of Prov. 
Assembly, Pa., 1710, 1718. 
Thompson, Henr)' B., 218. 

LiBEY (Libeev), John, 1602-1682, 
Scarborough, Me. First Select- 
man, 1669. Bore arms in de- 
fence of Scarborough, 1675. 
Defended Black Point against 
Indians, 1676. 
Morrell, George C, in. 

Lindon, Ensign Henry, 1660. 

Ensign of Artillery, 1648. 
McClintock, Emory, 150. 

LiNDS.AY, Christopher, 1669. 

Soldier and wounded in Pequot 
War. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Lindsay, Eleazer, 1669. 

Served in King Philip's War 
in Capt. Jos. Gardiner's Co. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Lines, Ebenezer, 1718-1798. Served 
in Capt. Peck's Regt., 17 days. 
In 1st Co. 2nd Regt. under 
Maj. Hubbard ''in ye late 
alarm for ye defense of Fort 
William Henry and Parts Ad- 
jacent," 1757. 
Lines, Harvey K., 77. 

LiPPiTT, John, 1669. Commis- 
sioner to form government un- 
der a Charter, Mav 16, 1647, 
Colony of R. I. and Provi- 
dence Plantations. 
Burlingame, Edwin A., 225. 

LiSPENARD (L'EsPENARD), AnTOINE, 
1643-1696. Bearer of military 
despatches from Gov. of N. Y. 
to Gov. of Canada, 1687. Re- 
turning alone in the dead of 
winter, he warned the English 
of the French E.xpedition, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



known as the "Snow-shoe Ex- 
pedition," which resulted in its 
defeat. 
Fox, Noel B., 52. 
LiSPENARD, Capt. Anthony, 16S3- 
1758. Capt. of a company 
raised at New Rochelle, N. Y., 
to take part in war against 
Spain, i740-'42. 
Fox, Noel B., 53. 
LiSPENARD, Capt. Anthony, Jr., 
1709-1740. Commissioned Capt., 
N. Y. Colonial Forces, July 5, 
1740, to take part in war 
against Spain. 
Suydam, Walter L., 79. 
LiSPENARD, Col. Leonard, 1715- 
1790. Capt., French and Indian 
War, 1759. Member N. Y. 
Colonial Assembly, 1759-1768. 
Member First Colonial Con- 
gress, 1765. 
Seabury, William M., 65. 
Litchfield, Lawrence, 1614-1657, 
Barnstable and Scituate, Mass. 
A. & H. A. Co., 1640, and of 
Lieut. Thomas Dymoke's Co., 
in active service with the In- 
dians, i643-'44. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Litchfield, William E., in. 
Litchfield, Nicholas, 1680-1750, 
Scituate, Mass. Representative, 
i738-'42. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Litchfield, Ensign Samuel, 1715- 
1804, Scituate, Mass. Ensign 
in Capt. Benjamin James' Co., 
1762. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Little, Thomas, 1671, Ply- 
mouth and Marshfield, Mass. 
In Plymouth Co., 1643. 
Baker, George F., 147. 
Littlefield, Francis, 1619-1712, 
Wells, Me. Deputy, General 
Court of Mass. Bay, from 
York, Me., 1660; from Wells, 
i665-'76. 
Sawyer, Isaac H., 179. 

Littleton, Nathaniel, 1654. 

Chief Magistrate of Northamp- 
ton Co., Va., 1640. Member of 



Va. House of Burgesses, 1652. 
Member of Council, 1652. 

Waters, John S. T., 97. 
Littleton, Col. Southey, 1645- 
1679, Accomac Co., Va. Col. 
Va. Forces, 1676. Served 
against Indians, and under 
Gov. Berkeley, Bacon's Rebel- 
lion. 

Vraters, John S. T., 97. 
LivER.MORE, Corp. John, 1606-1684, 
New Haven, Conn. Corp. in 
the New Haven Co., 1647. 

Clark, Byron N., 163. 
Livingston, Col. Philip, 1686-1749. 
2d Lord of the Manor. At 
capture of Port Royal, 1710. 
Col. of Provincial Forces. 
Member of Council, 1725-1749- 
Secretary for Indian affairs, 
Prov. of N. Y., i72i-'49. 

Delafield, John R., 48- 
Livingston, Col. Robert, 1654-1723. 
1st Lord of the Manor of Liv- 
ingston. Member of Council, 
Prov. of N. Y., 1698-1701. 
Member of Assembly, 1709- 
1711. 

Austin, William M., 42. 

Delafield, Edward C, 48. 

Delafield, John R., 48- 

Du Bois, Ernest B., 197. 
Livingston, Lieut. Robert, Jr. 
("the nephew), 1725- Re- 
corder of Albany, 1710. Mayor 
of Albany, i7io-'i9. Commis- 
sioner of Indian affairs, 1715- 
'20. Member of General As- 
semblv for Albanv, I7ii-'i5. 

Delafield, John R., 48- 

Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt S., 80. 
Livingston, Col. Robert, 170S- 
1790. Capt., Militia, "Seven 
Years' War." Served on Fron- 
tier and Fort William Henry. 
3rd Lord of Manor. Member 
Provincial Assembly. 

Delafield, John R., 4S. 
Lyoyd, Edward, 1615-1695. Burgess 
from Lower Norfolk Co., Va., 
1644-1645. Commander of 
Anne Arundel Co., Md., 1650. 
Commissioner to make treaty 
with Susquehannock Indians, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1652. General Assembly, 1654. 
Council, 1658-1666. 
Pennington, Josias, 97. 
Lloyd, James. Member of Md. 
Assembly, 1712, ct seq. Mem- 
ber of Governor's Council, 

I722-'23. 

Brice, Philip H., 91. 

Lloyd, Capt. John, 172S, 

Salem County, N. J. Capt. Foot 
Co., 1715. 

Thompson, Henry B., 218. 
Lloyd, Dep.-Gov. Thomas. 1640- 
1694. Member and President 
of Council, and Dep.-Gov. of 
Prov. of Penn. during William 
Penn's absence. Chief Magis- 
trate of Prov., 1684-1693. First 
Master of Rolls, and Keeper 
of Great Seal. 

Lukens, Alfred B., 60. 

Moore, Clarence, 142. 
LOCKWOOD, LlEUr. JOX.ATHAN, 1639- 
16S8, Norwalk, Conn. Colonial 
Forces of Conn. Deputy. 

Chambers, Walter B., 46. 

LocKwooD, Sergt. Robert, 

1658. Sergt, Fairfield, Conn., 
Regt., Capt. Nathaniel Seeley. 

Enos, Alanson T., 76. 

Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 

McClintock, Emory, 150. 

Seymour, Harry P., 230. 
Logan, Ja.mes, 1674-1751. Member 
Provincial Council, Penn., 
1702-1747. Acting Gov., 1736- 
1738- 

Coles, Walter D., 176. 

Hilles, William S., 217. 
Logan, Willlx.m, 1718-1776. Mem- 
ber Governor's Council, Penn., 
i747-i_776- 

Coles, Walter D., 176. 

LoKER, Henry, i638, Sudbury, 

Mass. In Sudbury Fight, King 
Philip's War. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 
LoNGLEV, Deacon John, 1682-1758. 
Representative from Groton to 
General Court of Mass. Cap- 
tured by Indians in a raid, 
1699, and held prisoner for five 
years until ransomed. 

PoIlocU, Edwin T., 203. 



LoNGLEY, Joseph, 1724-1758. En- 
listed for French and Indian 
War, 1758. Mortallv wounded 
at Battle of Fort William Henry 
and died at Greensburg, N. Y. 
Pollock, Edwin T., 203. 
LooMis, Joseph, 1590-1658, Windsor, 
Conn. Deputy, 1643 -'44. 
Enders, John O., 133. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
LooMis, Joseph, 1616-1687, Windsor, 
Conn. Member of the Wind- 
sor Troop, King Philip's War. 
Fall, Charles G., 117. 
LooMis, Capt. Matthew, 1703-1764. 
Bolton, Conn. Ens., 1752. ist 
Lieut., Invasion of Canada, 
175S. Capt., 1761. 
Baxter, James P., 229. 

LooMis, Lieut. Samuel, 16S9, 

Westfield, Mass. Ens., 1674. 

Lieut., . 

Loomis, Charles J., 167. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 

LooMis, Sergt. Samuel, 1711, 

Westfield, Mass. Sergt. in 
Westfield Train Band. 
Booth, Charles E., 116. 
Lord, Capt. Abraham, 1699-1779, 
Bern ick, Me. Capt.York County 
Troop, Col. Sir William Pepper- 
rell's Regt., 1757. Capt. of Blue 
Troop of Horse. 
Bennett, Larkin E., 116. 
Lord, Captain Sa.muel, 1689-1762, 
, Me. Captain of the Ber- 
wick Company, First York 
County Rea;iment commanded 
by Sir William Pepperrell. 
Fall, George H., 106. 
LoTHROP, John, 1584-1653, Barn- 
stable, Mass. Member of Mili- 
tary Co. under Capt. Thomas 
Dimmock, 1643. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Monnette, Orra E., 198. 
LoTHROP, Judge Samuel, 1620-1700. 
Member Barnstable Co., 1643. 
In Maj. WiUard's Expedition 
against Ninigret, 1654. Relief 
of Uncas, under Lieut. James 
Avery, 1657. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 55. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
LOTHROP, LIEUT.-COL. SiMON, 1689- 

1774. Commanded a Conn. 
Regt. at Louisburg, 1745. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Lowe, Thomas, i 632-1712, Ipswich, 
Mass. In King Philip's War. 

Lord, Charles E., 121. 
Lowell, Abner, 1711-1761, Pema- 
quid. Me. Ambushed by In- 
dians at Fort Pemaquid and 
wounded, May 26, 1747. 

Lowell, P.iyso:i T., iii. 
Lucas, Basil, 171S-1779, Prince 
George's Co., Md. Soldier in 
Capt. George Beall's Co., 1748. 

Gregg, Maurice, 95. 
LuDiNGTON, Capt. Henry, 1739-1817. 
Private in Capt. Foote's Co., 
2nd Conn. Regt., at Battle of 
Lake George, Sept. 8, 1755. 
Private in Col. Andrew Ward's 
Regt, Crown Point, Apr. 19, 
1756. Private in relief of Fort 
William Henry, under Col. 
Newton, Aug., 1757. Private 
in Campaign of 1759, Quebec, 
Sept. 13, 1759. Appointed Lieut, 
by King George II, 1760. Cora- 
missioned Capt. by Gov. Will- 
iam Tryon, Feb. 13, 1773. 

Van Schaick, Arthur P., 168. 

Van Schaick, Harrison L., 168. 
Ludlow, Dep.-Gov. Rogers, 1590- 
1665. Gov.'s Asst., Mass. Bay 
Colony, 1630. Dep.-Gov., 1634. 
With Mason in Pequot War. 
Dep.-Gov., Conn., 1639. Com.- 
in-Chief of Conn. Forces in 
anticipated conflict with Man- 
hattoes and Dutch. 

Smith, George W., 66. 
LuMMis, Edward, 1606-1682, Ips- 
wich, Mass. Served in Pequot 
War, 1637. 

Lummis, Benjamin R., 60. 

Lummis, Charles A., 60. 

Lummis, William, 60. 

LuQUER, Abraham, 1764. In 

Capt. Francis Titus' Co., Kings 
County Militia, 1715. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Lyman, Lieut. Benjamin, 1674- 



1723. Lieut, in Northampton, 
Mass., Co, 

Cox, John L., 91. 
Lyman, Lieut. John, 1623-1690. In 
command, after death of Capt. 
William Turner, of Northamp- 
ton soldiers, Falls Fight, 1676. 

Brockway, Willam S., 132. 

Short, Charles L., 124. 

Stearns, Foster W., 125. 
Lyman, Lieut. Jonathan, 1684- 
1753, Lebanon, Conn. Ens. of 
North Co. of South Society in 
Lebannon, 1726. Lieut, of same, 
or Train Band, in the First 
Society, 1729 

Parker, Calvin D., 210. 
Lynde, Benja.min, Jr., 1700-1781. 
Governor's Assistant, Mass., 
1737, et seg. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
Lynde, Joseph, 1652-1735/6. Mem- 
ber of the Middlesex Troopers 
under Capt. Thomas Prentice, 
Narragansett Campaign. 

Baker, Alfred L., 170. 
Lynde, Thomas, 1594-1671, Charles- 
town, Mass. Deputy, i636-'37,- 
'45-52. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Fall, George H., 105. 
Lynde, Ens. Thomas, 1615-1693, 
Maiden Mass. Sergt., Maiden 
Co., 1658. Ens., 1675. 

Baker, Alfred L., 170. 

Farwell, John W., 118. 
Lyon, Thomas, 1673-1720. In Robert 
Hunter's Co., Fusileers, 171 1, 
Frontier service. 

Lyon, John H. H., 190. 
Lyon, William, 1620-1692. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1645. In King Philip's 
War, 1675. 

Lyon, Hiram R., 190. 

Macy, Thomas, 1608-1682, Salis- 
bury and Nantucket, Mass. 
Commissioner and Representa- 
tive from Salisbury to General 
Court. Chief Magistrate Nan- 
tucket, 1675. First Recorder of 
Deeds Nantucket. 

Barnard, Ralph P., 140. 

Rotch, William, 113. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



M.'.GRUDER, JoiiM, 1694-1750. Rep- 
resented Prince George's County 
in House of Burgesses, ijzS-'^^. 
Muncaster, Steuart B., 142. 
Wells, Walter A., 143. 

Magruder, Nathan-, 1786. 

Associate Judge, Frederick 
County, Md. Circuit, 1749. 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
i750-'53, i7eo-'63. Delegate to 
Provincial Congress of Md., 
I77+- 
Mairuder, Caleb C, Jr., 144. 
Wells, Walter A., 143. 
MagrudcRj Capt. Samuel, 1654- 
1711, Md. High Justice and 
Capt. of Militia, Pr. George's 
Co., 1696. Member House of 
Burgesses, i704-'o7. Commis- 
sioner, 1697. 
Duvall, Richard M., 9S. 
Knight, William W., 177. 
Muncaster, Stewart B., 142. 
Wells, Walter A., 143. 

Makepeace, Thomas, 1666/7. 

Member A. i- H. A. Co., 1638- 
'39. In Narragansett Expedi- 
tion against the Indians, 1654. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Ma.\-chester, Capt. M.atthew, 1720- 
1801, Providence, R. I. Capt., 
1747-48. 
Manchester, Harry S., 167. 
Manning, John, 1731-1780. Soldier 
under Capt. Benjamin Ballard 
and Col. J. imothy Ruggles in 
the first Crown Point "Expedi- 
tion, 1755. Re-enlisted under 
the same Capt. in the second 
Crown Point Expedition, and 
in this service was a Corporal. 
*Libbey, Octavus B., 60. 
Manning, Ens. Samuel, 1644-1710. 
Representative, 1695. Ens. in 
the Militia, Colony of Mass. 
Manning, Fran!; O., 60. 
Marble, Samuel, 1729-1799, Dan- 
vers, Mass. In Capt. John Put- 
nam's Co. 
Guilford, William W., 118. 
Maris, George, 1632-1705. Mem- 
* Deceased. 



ber Prov. Council, 1695, Prov. 
Penn. 

Wood, Arthur K., 68. 

Marshall, Capt. Samuel, 

1675, Windsor, Conn. Repre- 
sentative from Windsor, 1637. 
Killed in attack on Ft. Narra- 
gansett, King Philip's War. 
Ens., 1675. Capt., 1675. 

Hvde, Frederic B., 141. 

*Young, William H., 81. 
M.-\rshall, Capt. Tho.vi.as, 1613- 
1689, Lynn, Mass. Capt. of 
Militia Co., 1664. Deputy, 1659, 
et seq. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Marshfield, Samuel, 1630-1692, 
Springfield, Mass. Deputy, 1680- 
'83-'84. 

Picher, Oliver S., 178. 
Ma.rston, Lieut. John, 1715-1786. 
Lieut, in Timothy Ruggles' Foot 
Co., 1740. At Louisburg, 1745. 

Marston, John, 3d., 88. 
M.artin, John, 1651-1693, Ames- 
bury, Mass. At Garrison in 
Chelmsford, 1675. 

Atwood, Luther, 102. 

Morrell, George C, 112. 
Martin, John, Jr., 1657-1703. En- 
sign of New Piscatawav, N. J., 
Militia, 1675 and 1681. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Martin, Thomas, Marblehead, 
Mass. One of the soldiers as- 
signed to the Marlborough 
Garrison in Oct., 1675. 

Lord, Calvin, 121. 
Marvin, Matthew, 1600-167S. In 
one of Winthrop's outposts on 
the Conn., i636-'37. Deputy, 
1654. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 

Marvin, Chancellor S., 167. 

Morse, Glenn T., 121. 

Short, John C, 182. 
Marvin, Lieut. Reinold (Rein- 
hold), 1633-1676, Lyme, Conn. 
Sergt., Saybrook Train Band, 
1661. Subsequently Lieut. Dep- 
uty from Lyme, i670-'75. 

Marvin, Loren P. W., 135. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Marvin, Capt. Reynold, 1669-1737, 
LjTne, Conn. Depun- represent- 
ing Lyme in the General Court 
for thirteen years between 1711- 
1728. Capt. of Militia, 1718. 
Blackwood, Norman J., 140. 

M.AsoN, Lieut. Arthur, 1674 

Second Lieut, of Grenadiers in 
Col. John March's Rcgt., Nova 
Scotia Expedition, i7o6-'o7. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 

M.4S0N, C.APT.-LiEUT. D.^vm, 1726- 
1794, Boston, Mass. A. & H. A. 
Co., 1754. In the French and 
Indian War. Lieut, under Capt. 
John Tapley, of Salem. Com- 
manded a battery of six brass 
pieces at Fort William Henry. 
Gunner in Capt. Jeremiah 
Green's Co., Boston, 1758. In 
1763 organized the first train of 
Artillery in Boston, of which 
he was Capt.-Lieut. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 

Mason, Col. George, Sr. Countv 
Lieut. Stafford Co., Va., 1675. 
Represented his Co. in Bacon's 
Assembly, 1676. Espoused the 
popular side in the House of 
Burgesses. Indian Wars, 1675- 
1684. 
Colston, Frederick M., 95. 

Mason, Col. George, 3d, 1690-1735. 
County Lieut. Stafford Co., Va., 
1719. Member Assembly, 171S- 
'28. Burgess, i7i8-'26. Mem- 
ber of the Knights of the 
Golden Horseshoe Expedition 
under Go%'. Spotswood. 
Robinson, Charles B., Jr., 195. 

Mason, Capt. Hugh, 1605-1678, 
Watertown, Mass. Lieut, of 
Train Band, 1645. Capt., 1652- 
'78. Deputy-, 1635, c/ .y^"?. Coun- 
cil of War, 1676. Commander 
of Volunteers against "the Mon- 
hatoes," 1664. Commanded com- 
pany in Sudbury Fight, King 
Philip's War. 
Lea, James H., 119. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 

Mason, Maj. John, 1600-1672. Lieut, 
under Sir Thomas Fairfax in the 
Netherlands. Commanded in 



Pequot War, 1637. Asst., 1641- 
'59. Dep.-Gov., i659-'69. Com- 
missioner for United Colonies, 
i647-'6i. Dep.-Goy. under Char- 
ter from Charles II., 1662. Maj. 
and Commander-in-Chief of 
Conn. Militia. Organized first 
Troop of Horse in the Colony, 
i657-'5S. 

Bissell, George P., 217. 

De Peu, John, 133. 

Fisher, James H., 87. 
Maverick, Sergt. Ellas, 1604-16S4, 
Rumnev Marsh, Roxburv, Mass. 
A. & H. A. Co., 1654. ' Sergt., 
1658. 

Walton, Charles S., 203. 
M.axwell, Capt. Hugh, 1733-1799. 
French and Indian Wars, 1755- 
'64. Prisoner at Fort William 
Henry, 1756. Lieut. Co. of Foot, 
Col. Joseph Ingersoll's Regt., 
1762. 

Maxwell, William, 135. 
Mayhew, Gov. Thomas, 1592-1681. 
Deputy from Watertown, 
Mass., i636-'37. Gov., i647-'8i 
and Commander of Martha's 
Vineyard, Prov. of N. Y., under 
commissions from Govs. Love- 
lace and Nichols. 

Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 

Cook, Ansel G., 133. 

Mayhew, Zeb, Jr.. 60. 

McGrath John, 183. 
M.AY'o, John, 1676. Barnsta- 
ble Co., Plymouth Col., Lieut. 
Thoma'5 Dymoke, i643-'44. 

Greve, Clifford, 177. 
McCollester, Isaac, 1736-1814, 
Marlborough, N. H. Appears 
as sentinel on muster roll, dated 
Hatfield. Sept. 26, 1755, of ofli- 
cers and men in his Majest\-'s 
service under command of 
Israel Williams, Crown Point 
Expedition. Entered service 
March 15, 1755, and served 
until June 3, 1755. 

McCollester, Lee S., 212. 

McDowell, Capt. John, 1742. 

Killed in battle with Indians 
at Timber Ridge Church. 

Bruce, James W., 194. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



MclNTOSH, CAPT. JOH>J MoHR, 1700- 
1761, Mcintosh Co., Ga. Capt. 
Highland Light Infantry, under 
Gen. Uglethorpe, against the 
Spaniards, 1740. Wounded and 
captured at Fort Moosa, Florida. 
Winston, Bertram M., 16S. 
McKee, Col. Willia.m, 1732-1S16. 
In Braddock's Expedition to 
Fort Duquesne. Capt. at battle 
of The Points and Point Pleas- 
ant in 1774. 
Wilson, George W., 233. 
McMillan, Col. Andrew, 173 i- 
17S0. Received Lieutenant's 
Connmisson from Gen. James 
Abercrumby "In the Independ- 
ent Company of Rangers," June 
26, 1758. Served in Expedition 
against St. Francois, 1759. Re- 
ceived grant of land from Pro- 
vincial Government for services 
in Old French War, 1767. Col- 
onel of nth N. H. Regt., 1774. 
McMillan Frank G., 190. 

McWiLLL^MS, Capt. Richard, 

1781. Capt. Co. of Foot, Del. 
Militia, 1757. 
Wainvrright, Clement R., 90. 
Meekixs, Thomas, Jr., 1643-1675, 
Hadlev, Mass. Scout attack on 
Hadley, King Philip's War. 
Enders, John O., 133. 
Meigs, Capt. Jansa, 1672-1739, 
Guilford, Conn. Capt., 1717. 
Deputv, 1716-1718. 
Meigs, Henry B., 162. 
Melvin", Capt. Eleazer, 1703-1754. 
Served under Capt. John Love- 
well agair.st the Indians, 1725. 
Capt., French War, 1745-1747, 
servir.g in several campaigns, 
and at defence of Lunenburg, 
Mass. 
Dickerman, William C, 49. 
Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 
Woodin, William H., 72. 
Melvin, John, 1652-1726, Charles- 
town, Mass. Under Captains 
Joseph Sill and John Cutler, 
King Philip's War. 
Pickerman, William C, 49. 
Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 
Woodin, William H., 72. 



Meriwether, Nicholas, 1647-1744. 
Burgess for New Kent Co., 
Va., 1702-1714. 
Meriwether, William W., 178. 

Merria.m, William, 1689. 

Trooper in Capt. Curwin's 
Troop, Narragansett Cam- 
paign. 
Merriam, Henry P., 61. 
Merrick, Timothy, i 704-1 784. 
Soldier from Methuen in CapL 
Daniel Bodwell's Co., Lieut.- 
Col. John Osgood's Regt. 
Kreider, George N., 166. 
Merrick, Lieut. William, 1602- 
1689. In Duxbury Co. under 
Capt. Myles Standish, i636-'43. 
Ensign, Military Co., Eastham, 
Mass., and Lieut, of same 1663. 
Council of War, 1658. 
Bryant, Percy, 75. 
Merritt, Thomas. Deputy to Gen- 
eral Assembly, Hartford, Conn., 
Oct. 12, 1699. 
Merritt, Henry K., 233. 

Meyer, Adolph, 1711. Private 

in 3rd Company, raised to de- 
fend Harlem against Indians, 
1663. Corporal of the Harlem 
Night Watch, 1676. 
Dos Passos, Louis H., 75. 
Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 
La Bac'n, Paul M., i66. 
Miller, Abrahami, Sr., 1672-1749. 
Soldier in Father Rasle's War. 
Wounded at North Hampton, 
Mass., August, 1724. 
Miller, Robert F., 178. 
Miller, Abraham, Jr., 1720-1785. 
Enlisted Dec. 3, 1754, in Berk- 
shire Co., Mass., Militia. Pri- 
vate under Maj. Seth Pomeroy, 
Expedition to Canada, 1747. 
Miller, Robert F., 178. 

Miller, Gayen, . Pa. 

Assembly, 1714. 
Gest, Alexander P., 87. 
Miller, John, 1632-1711, Yar- 
mouth, Mass. Deputy, Ply- 
mouth Coloiiy, i67i-'82. Coun- 
cil of War, 1676. 
Baker, Alfred L.. 169. 
Miller, Lieut. John George, 1715- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1762. Lieut.-Col., James Burd's 
Regt., Prov. Forces, 1760. 

Law, Robert D., 166. 
Miller, Lieut.-Col. Samuel, 1696 

. Lieut.-Col., 1st Regt. of 

Horse, 1736. 

Botsford, Harry G., 103. 
Millet, Hon. Thom.as, 1689-1761, 
Dover, N. H. Representative 
from Dover, 1731, ei seq. 
Speaker of the House, 1755. 
Judge of the Sup. Ct., i740-'42. 
Captain. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 

Mills, Benja.min, 1651 , Ded- 

ham and Needham, Mass. 
Served under Captain Thomas 
Brattle, of record 24 August, 
1676. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Miner (Minor), Capt. Thomas, 
1608-1690, Pequot, Conn. Sergt., 
1649. Deputy, i650-'5i, et seq. 
Capt., King Philip's War. 
Chief Military Officer at Mys- 
tic, 1665. 

Miner, George L., 223. 

Reed, Latham G., 79. 

Smith, Albert Y., 90. 
Mitchell, Matthew, 1590-1645. 
Deputy, 1637, vrhen was voted 
that "There shalbe an offen- 
sive warr against the Pe- 
quoitt." Asst., 1638. Served 
in garrison at Saybrook Fort 
under Lieut. Lion Gardiner, 
Pequot War. Indian Fight, 
Conn. River, 1636. 

Depew, Chauncey M., Jr., 48. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Mixer, Isaac, 1655. Water- 
town, Mass. Clerk of the 
Train Band, 1654. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Moale, John. 1695-1740. Member 
Lower House of Assembly, 
Md., from Baltimore Co., 1735, 
et seq. 

Jones, Arthur L., 96. 
Modsley, Thomas, 1706, Dor- 
chester, Mass. Soldier in gar- 
rison at Punkapog in King 
Philip's War, June 24, 1676. 



Moseley, John G., 122. 

MoNSALL, Ralph, 1657, 

Charlestown, Mass. Deputy, 
!636-'38. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 
Moody, Dr. Caleb, 1637-1698, 
Newbury, Mass. Deputy, 1677- 
'78. Sergt. Newbury Co. 
Gage, Herbert E., 106. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Moore, Sergt. Isaac, 1622-1705, 
Farmington,Conn. Sergt., Train 
Band, 1649. Deputy, i657-'58. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Moore, Capt. John, 1674-1730. 
Capt. in Col. Thomas Farmer's 
N. J. Regt., 1715. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

Moore, John, 1677. Deputy 

to the General Court of Conn., 
1653, et. seq. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Moore, Col. John, 1686-1749. 
Alderman, N. Y. City, i730-'37. 
Capt. of Militia, N. Y. City, 
1738. Col., 1738. Member 
Gov.'s Council, i745-'49. 
Moore, T. Channing, 62. 
Moore, Capt. Richard, 1670-1767, 
Oxford, Mass. Capt., 1720. 
Deputv, i72o-'2i. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Moore, Samuel, 1632-168S. Dep- 
utv to General Assembly of 
N.' J., 1668, '71, '82, '88. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Moore, Capt. Samuel, 1705-1786. 
Lieut, of 1st Co., Salisbury, 
Mass., 1752. Capt., 1756. Dep- 
uty, i759-'65- 
Kellogg, George C, 58. 

Morehouse, Lieut. Samuel, 

1687. Lieut., Conn., 1686. 
McClintock, Emory, 150. 
Morgan, Isaac, 1652-1706. In the 
Falls Fight, 1676, under Capt. 
William Turner. 
Kellogg, George C, 58. 
Morgan, Capt. Jacob, 1716-1792. 
Capt., i759-'65. French and In- 
dian Wars, Prov. Forces of 
Penn. 
Kuhn, John J., 58. 
Morgan, Capt. Miles, 1616-1699. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Built a block house which he 
defended against the Indians, 
saclting of Springfield, Mass., 
1675. 
Barbour, Lucius B., 132. 

Morrill, Abraham, 1662. 

Member A. & H. A. Co., 1638, 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Morrill, Isaac, 15SS-1661, Rox- 
burv, Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 
1638. 
Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
Pearson, William H., 123. 
Morris, Anthony, 2nd, 1654-1721. 
Prov. Council of Penn., 1695- 
'97. Justice Supreme Court, 
1694. 
Elliman, Lawrence B., 51. 
Morris, Lieut. Edward, ist, 1630- 
1689, Roxbury, Mass. Deputy, 
i677-'S7. First Military Officer 
of Woodstock, Conn. 
Morris, Seymour, 121. 
MoRpas, Lieut. Edward, 3d, 16S8- 
1769, Woodstock, Conn. French 
and Indian Wars. 
Morris, Seymour, 121. 
Morris, Gov. Lewis, 1671-1746. 
Chief Justice of New York, 
i72o-'38. ist Gov. Prov. of 
N. J., i738-'46. 
Morris, Le.Tis G., 62. 
Robertson, James M., 149. 
Morrison, Dr. Normand, 1700-1761. 
Surgeon of the Conn, troops in 
the Louisburg Expedition. 2nd 
Lieut, in Capt. Whiling's Co., 
1746. 
Isham, Norman M., 223. 
Morton, Lieut. Ephraim, 1623- 
1693, Plymouth. Lieut, of Ply- 
mouth Military Co., i656-'64. 
Deputy to General Court of 
Plymouth Co., i66o-'76, '78, '86. 
Representative to Mass. Gen- 
eral Court, 1692. Council of 
War, i6Si-'88. 
Brown, Philip G., 231. 
Morton, Nathaniel, 1613-1710. 
Secretary, Plymoufh Col., 1645- 
'85. Council of War. Awas- 
honk uprising, 1671. 
Brown, John B., 74. 



MosELEY, Increase, 1712-1795, 
Woodbury, Conn. Represen- 
tative, i75i-'79. 
Moseley, John G., 122. 

MoSELEY', LiEUT.-CoL. INCREASE, 
1740-1811, Woodbury, Conn. 
Ensign in the Thirteenth Regi- 
ment of Connecticut Militia, 
1760; Lieutenant, 1762-64; 
Captain, 1774; Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, 1774. 
Moseley, John G., 122. 
Moss, John, 1604-1707, New Haven 
and Wallingford, Conn. Troop- 
er under ^Iaj. John Mason. 
Representative, iCSj-'-j^. 
Dwight, Frederick, 76. 
MoTT, Capt. James. Capt. of a Co. 
of Foot, Mamaroneck, West- 
chester County, N. Y. 
Mott, John G., 233. 
MouLTON, John, 1599-1650, Hamp- 
ton, N. H. Deput)-, Mass., 1639. 
Morrell, George C, in. 
Mount, George, 1705. Dep- 
uty to First General Assembly 
of N. J., 1668. 
Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 
Mount, Lieut. Richard. Lieut, of 
Fifth Co., Middlesex County, 
N. J. Militia, 1715. 
Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 
MuNsoN, Capt. Thomas, 1612-1685. 
In the Pequot War under Ma- 
son as Sergt., 1642. Ens., 1661- 
'64. Lieut., i664-'76. Under 
Capt. Treat in King Philip's 
War. Capt., 1676, New Haven 
Co. Militia. 
Clark, Eliot A., 104. 
Munson, Frederic G., 142. 
Trowbridge, Rutherford, 135. 
Tuttle, Henry S., iSo. 

Myer . See Meyer. 

My'Gatt, Capt. Eli. 1742-1S07, Conn. 
Capt. of ist Co. Train Band, 
i6th Regt. Conn. Colony Troops, 
1774- 
Adams, George D., 182. 

Nash, Thomas, New Haven, Conn. 
Deputv, 1640. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Nash, Lieut. Timothy, 1626-1699, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hadley, Mass., and New Ha- 
ven, Conn. Lieut., Hadley Mili- 
tary Co., 1678. Deputy, Mass., 
1690, '92, '95. Ensign. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Nason, Nath.-\nieLj 1740-1S05. In 
Capt. Timothy Hamont's Co., 
Col. Saltonstall's Regt., at 
Crown Point, 1762. 
Butterfield, Charles B., 103. 

Neale, Lieut. Anthony, 1659-1723. 
Lieut, in Capt. Brandt's Militia 
Co., Charles Co., Md., i686. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 

Neal, Capt. James, 1615-1684. 
Prov. Council, 1643, et seq. 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1666. Commissioner of the 
Treasury, 1643. Capt., 1661, 
to raise troops against the 
Dutch. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 

Nelson, Leander, 1724-1820, Ports- 
mouth, N.H. Volunteer in Louis- 
burg Expedition, took part in 
the storming of the island bat- 
tery and for his sufferings and 
loss was voted £1 9s. 6d. by 
the N. H. Legislature, 12 Aug- 
ust, 1746. In Captain Samuel 
Hale's Company, Colonel Sam- 
uel Moore's Regiment. 
Lamson, William G., 119. 

Nelson, Capt. Philip, 1636-1691, 
Rowley, Mass. Lieut., 1673. 
Capt. in E.xpedition to Quebec, 
1690. 
Atwood, Luther, 102. 

Neville, Capt. George, 1695-1774. 
Capt., Va. Militia. 
Knight, William W., 177. 

Nevins.Ensign Cornelis, i66i-i7ti. 

Ensign, 16S9 , Foot Co., 

Staten Island, Queen Anne's 
War. 
Coit, Henry L., 147. 

Newberry, Thom.as, 1636. 

Deputy, Mass. Ba}' Colony, 
i634-'35. 
Monnettc, Orra E., 199. 
Short, John C, 182. 

Newberry, Walter, 1646 , 

Newport, R. I. Assistant, Col- 
ony of R. I., 1686. Member of 



Gov. Andros' Council, 1686, 
1688. 
Milne, Caleb J., Jr., 88. 
Milne, David, 88. 
Newco.mb (e), Lieut. Andrew. 
1640-1708, Edgartown, Mass. 
Lieut., 1691 ; in command of 
the fortification there. 
Newcomb, Clarence F., 178. 
Picher, Oliver S., 178. 
Newell, Ens. Samuel, 1660-1753, 
Farmington, Conn. Ens. of the 
Farmington Train Band, 1707. 
Wead, Leslie C, 126. 
Newg.ate, John, 1580-1665. Dep- 
uty Mass., 1638. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Newhall, Ens. Thomas, 1630-1687, 
Lynn, Mass. Ens., 1687. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Newton, Lieut. Marshall, 1729- 
1783, Shrewsbury, Mass. Lieut, 
in Capt. John Fay's Co. against 
Crown Point, 1755/6; in Capt. 
Artemas Ward's Shrewsbury 
Co., 1757- 
Stevenson, John M., 113. 
Nicholas, Robert Carter, 1728- 
1780. Member Virginia House 
of Burgesses, i756-'6i, i-jb^-'ji. 
Tyler, George T., 91. 

Nichols, Sergt. Francis, 1650, 

Stratford, Conn. Training, 
Sergt. for Stratford, 1639. 
Moseley, John G., 122. 
Nichols, Thoma?, 1737, Read- 
ing, Mass. Under Capt. Nath- 
aniel Davenport, King Philip's 
War. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Pearson, William H., 124. 
Nichols, Tho-\las. Member of 
Train Band, Amesbury, Mass., 
1680. 
Nichols, Willard A., 202, 
N1CKER30N, William, 1646-1719, 
Chatham, Mass. Soldier in 
King Philip's War. 
Nickcrson, William E., 112. 
Nicoll, Matthias, 1621-1687. Sec- 
retary Prov. of N. Y., i664-'8o. 
Member King's Council, 1667- 



376 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



'So. Speaker, Prov. Assembly, 
1683. Judge, Court of Admi- 
ralty, i686. 
Smith, George W., 66. 
Noble, C.^pt. Stephen, 1686-1755. 
Capt. of Militia at New Mil- 
ford, Conn. Twenty years' ser- 
vice against the Indians. Dep- 
uty, 1725, et seg. 
Kellogg, George C, 58. 
North, Thomas, 1649-1712, Farm- 
ington. Conn. In Narragansett 
Campaign, Hadlev Garrison. 
Fulton, \Villiam E.,'134. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
*\Vright, Jam.es N., 213. 
Nortok, John, i 657-1725. One of 
the Brookfield Garrison, 1675. 
Representative, i6So-'8i-'82. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Norton, Serge-ant John, 16S4- 

1752, , Conn. Sergeant in 

Train Band, . 

Booth, Charles E., 116. 
Nott, Sergt. John. Commanded 
men from Wethersfield, Conn., 
Pequot War. 
Webb, Henrv W., 163. 
Webb, Jame's V\'., 163. 
Webb, \\'illiam S., Jr., 163. 
Noyes, Capt. Cutting, 1649-1734, 
Newbury, Mass. Lieut, and 
Capt. of Militia. 
Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
Noyes.Rev. James, i64o-i7r9. Chap- 
lain in Capt. George Denison's 
Expedition that captured Can- 
onchet, Chief Sachem of Nar- 
ragansett Indians, 1676. 
Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Noyes, Nicholas, 1614-1701. Dep- 
uty, 1660, cl seq., Colony of 
Mass. Bay. 
Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
Pettingell, Frank H., 112. 

Nutting, John, 1676. Killed 

while defending his garrison 
house, Groton, Mass., King 
Philip's War. 
Pearson, A.rthur E., 123. 
* Deceased. 



Oakes, Lieut. Edward, Concord, 
Mass. Representative, i659-'8i- 
'S3-'S4-'86. Q. M. of Troop, 
1656. 

Lieut, under Capt. Prentice, King 
Philip's War. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Odell, Thomas, 1721. Mili- 
tary officer for Ar.ne Arundel 
Co., Md., 1697. 

Hadley, William L., 177. 
Ogden, John, 1609-16S2, Elizabeth 
Towue. Magistrate, 1656. Up- 
per House, General Court, 
Conn., i66o-'6i. King's Coun- 
cil, N. J., 1665. Schout and 
Acting Gov. of English Col. in 
East Jersey, 1673, Dutch Occu- 
pation. 

Du Bois, Ernest B., 197. 

Haines, John P., 54. 

Halsted, Pennington, 54. 

Smith, Howard C, 79. 
Ogden, Lieut. John, 1671-1745. 
. Lieut, in Fairfield, N. J., 
Militia, 1715. 

Gerald, Herbert P., 141. 
Ogden, Capt. John, 1706-1759. 
Capt. of the Fairfield Com- 
panv of Militia, Cumberland 
County, N. J., in Col. Nicholas 
Gibbon's Regt. of Foot. Com- 
missioned April 9, 1748. 

Gerald, Herbert P., 141. 

Oliver, Sergeant John, , 1642, 

Newbury, Mass. Deputy, 1637- 
8. Sergeant, . 

Bent, S. Arthur, 116. 
Oliver, Capt. Peter, 1618-1670, 
Boston. Cornet in Suffolk Co. 
Troop of Horse, 1652. Lieut, in 
Narragansett Expedition under 
Maj. Willard, 1654. Capt., A. 
& H. A. Co., 1669. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Ol.msted, Capt. Nicholas, 

1684. Corp. ist Troop Col. of 
Conn., Capt. Richard Lord, 
under Major John Mason, 
i657-'58. Deput\- for Hartford. 
1672. Lieut., Traill Band, 1673. 
Capt. of Militia, 1675, defence 
of New London and Stonington. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Holcombe, John M., 137. 
Olney, Thomas, Sr., 1600-1682, 
First Treasurer of R. I., 1638. 
Asst. Prest., 1649, ei seq. Dep- 
uty, 1665, ct seq. 
Root, George F., 64. 
Opdyke, Gyseekt, 1605 . Com- 
mander at Fort Good Hope 
succeeding Sergt. David Pro- 
voost. 
Merritt, Alan D., 61. 

Ordway, James, 1687 . One of 

the "Snow-shoe Men" of New- 
bury, Mass., for service in the 
Indian troubles, 1709-1710. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 71. 
Crmsey, Ens. John, 1720-1S05, Pa. 
Ens. under Gen. Forbes, Expe- 
dition against Fort Duquesne, 
175S. Commissary and Pay- 
master at Fort Pitts, i759-'6o. 
Phillips, Morris S., 89. 
OsBORN, Capt. Richard, 1612-1686, 
Windsor, Conn. Pequot War. 
1637. 
McClintock, Emory, 150. 
Perry, John P. H., 63. 
Otis, Col. Ja.mes, 1702-1778, Barn- 
stable, Mass. Commander of 
the County Militia. Chief Jus- 
tice of the Court of Common 
Pleas, 1764-1776. Member of 
the Provincial Legislature, 
1768. Speaker of the House. 
Greve, Clifford, 177. 
Otis, John, 1621-1684. In King 
Philip's War, in Capts. Hench- 
man's and Moselev's Cos., 1675. 
Greve, Clifford, 177. 
Otis, Col. John, 1657-1727. Com- 
mander of Barnstable Militia. 
Justice of the Court of Common 
Pleas, 1702, et seq. Councillor, 
1708, et seq. Representative, 
1692-1700, i703-'o4, i7o8-'o9. 
Greve, Clifford, 177. 
Porter, Alexander S., Jr., 124. 
Otis, Col. Joseph, circ. 1725-1810, 
Barnstable, Mass. Representa- 
tive to the General Court, 1774. 
Greve, Clifford, 177. 



Pabodie (or Peabody, or Peabodie), 
William, 1620-1707, Duxbury, 
Mass. Little Corapton, R.I. In 
Capt. Myles Standish's Co., 
1643. Depty, 1654, et seq. 

Baker, Alfred L., 170. 

Baker, George F., 147. 

Brown, Philip G., 231. 

Clark, Eliot A., 104. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Paddock, Robert, 1650. Mili- 
tary Co., Plymouth, 1643. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 
Paebody, John, 1590-1667. In 
Duxbury Military Co., under 
Capt. Mvles Standish, 1643. 

Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Page, John, 1630-1711, Watertown, 
Mass. Deput.v, 1700. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 124. 
P.4GE, RoRERT, 1604-1679, Hampton, 
N. H. Representative Mass., 
i657-'68. 

Crawford, George A., 104. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Robie, Guy S., 234. 

Robie, William J., 234. 

Paine, Lieut. Moses, 1690, 

Boston, Mass. Deput}", i666-'68. 
Ensign and Lieut. Member 
A. & H. A. Co. 

Chapin, Clifford S., 116. 

Parker, Edward H., 213. 
Paine, Nathaniel, ist, 1 630-1 677/8, 
Rehoboth, Mass. Representa- 
tive, i676-'77. 

Lea, James, H., 120. 
Paine, Nathaniel, 2nd, 1661-1723, 
Bristol, R. I. Councillor, 1703, 
et seq. 

Baker, George F., 147. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Paine, Nathaniel, 3rd, 1688-1730, 
Bristol, R. I. Representative, 
1724, 1729. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Paine, Stephen, 1629-1677. Served 
under Maj. William Bradford, 
Plvmouth Colony Forces in 
King Philip's War. 

Allen, Oliver F., 42. 

Dickerman, William C, 49. 



378 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 
Woodin, William H., 72. 

Paine, Stephen^ 1679, Reho- 

botli, Mass. Deputy, 164.7, '49' 
'59, '63-'66, '7o-'7i. 
Lea, James H., 120. 
Paine, Thomas, 1612-1706, East- 
ham, Mass. In King Philip's 
War. Deputy. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Smith, Thomas H., 170. 
Paine, Hon. Timothy, 1730-1793, 
Worcester, Mass. Representa- 
tive, 1755, et seq. CouDciUor, 
1763, et seq. 
Lea, James H., 120. 
P.\rke, Robert, 1651-1707, Wethers- 
field, Stonington, New London, 
Preston, Conn. In King Phil- 
ip's War. 
White, William R., 126. 
Parke, Robert, 1573-1662, New 
London, Conn. Colonial Assem- 
bly, 1642 and 1652. Selectman, 
1651. 
Enos, Alanson T., 76. 
White, William R., 126. 

Parke, Thomas, 1709, Weth- 

ersfield, Stonington, New Lon- 
don and Preston, Conn. In 
King Philip's War. 
White, William R., 126. 
Parke, William, 1606/7-16S5. A. 
&H. A. Co., 1633. Represented 
Roxbury, Mass., in the General 
Court, 1635-1667. Survej'or- 
General of Arms and Ammu- 
nition for the Colony, 1660. 
Harris, Williams C, 212. 
Parker, Lieut. Hananiah, 1638- 
1724, Reading, Mass. Ens. 
in Capt. Swayne's Foot Co., 
16S0. Lieut., 1684. Deputy, 
i683-'84. Representative, 1695. 
Winship, William H., 127. 
Parker, John, circ. 1642-1684/5, 
Roxbury, Mass. Soldier in 
Capt. John Holbrook's Co., 
King Philip's War, i675-'76. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Parkhurst, John, 1644-1725, Sud- 
bury, Mass. In Great Swamp 
Fight, 1675. 
Hicks, Lewis W., n8. 



Parsons, Cornet Joseph, 1618-1683, 
Springfield, Mass. Cornet Capt. 
John Pynchon's Hampshire Co. 
Troop, 1672-1678. In the early 
French and Indian Wars. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Parsons, Capt. Joseph, 1647-1727. 
In King Philip's War. Dep- 
uty, 1693, et seq. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 
Partridge, Samuel, 1645-1740. 
Quartermaster, Major Jolui 
Pynchon's Troop, 16SS. Dep- 
uty, 1683, et seq. 

Dwight, Frederick, 75. 

Short, Charles L., 124. 

Sikes, Frederick G., 167. 

P.\RVIN, JoiiAH, 1761. Private 

in Capt. Joseph Seeley's Com- 
pan\- of Militia, Cumberland 
County, N. J., 1715. 

Gerald, 'Herbert P., 141. 
Parvin, THOM.'is, 1 663-1743. Priv- 
ate in Capt. Joseph Seeley's 
Corapa;;y of Militia, Cumber- 
land Counns N. J., 1715. 

Gerald, Herbert P., 141. 
Paschall, Thom.vs, 1634-1718. 
Assembly, i6S5-'S9, Prov. of 
Penn. 

Lea, James H., 120. 

P.\scKALL, Thomas, Jr., 1743. 

Assembly, 171 7, Prov. of 
Penn. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
P.\tten, N.athaniel, 1643-1725. 
Soldier in King Philip's War. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Patten (Patton), Thomas, 1636- 
1690, Billerica, Mass. In War 
against the Weymesit Indians, 
his house used as garrison, 
1675. Member of Militia, Bil- 
lerica, Mass., 1664, and there- 
after. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Patten, William, 166S. Mem- 
ber Cambridge Militia, 1636- 
42, Pequot War. A. & H. A. 
Co., 1642. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 71. 
Patterson, Arthur, i 697-1763, Pa. 
Member of the Provincial 
Assembly, Lancaster Co., Pa., 
i744-'54. Collector of Excise 
appointed by George II., 1745- 
'4S. 
Lachmund, Ralph H., 109. 
Pattish.^ll, Capt. Ed.mund. Dur- 
ir,g King Philip's War the 
General Court of Mass. ap- 
pointed Capt. E. P of 

Sagadahock, Maine, one of a 
Committee entrusted with 
"superintendence and military 
power over the Eastern parts, 
and to furnish themselves the 
necessary munition of war, 
Jime 24,' 1675." 
Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Paul, Joseph, 1717, Philadel- 
phia Co., Pa. Member of Pro- 
viiicial Assembly, Pa., 1687. 
Thompson, Henry B., 218. 
Pauli., Capt. George, 173 3-1778, 
Vi'estmoreland Co., Pa. Served 
in Fren':h and Indian Wars. 
Was at Braddock's Defeat. In 
command of Fort Burd. 
Torrence, George P., 233. 

Pawling, Col. Herny, 1692. 

Schout at Esopus. Capt. and 
Col. of Militia, i674-'88. 
Hatfield, Henry R., 88. 
Pawling, Lieut. John, Ulster Co., 
N. Y. Lieut, of Militia, 171 1. 
Hatfield, Henry R., 88. 
Peabody, Lieut. Francis, 1614-1697, 
Topsfield, Mass. Lieut., 1668. 
Brvant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Berry, John P. H., 63. 
Peabody, William. (See Pabodie.) 
Pearl, Richard, 1727-1780. Private 
in the Alarm lis!. Second Com- 
pany of Boxford, Mass., 1757. 
Private in Capt. Chadbourn's 
Mass. Company stationed at 
Alban)-, 1760. 
Haggott, Ernest A., 198. 
Pearson, Benjamin, 1658-1731, 
Rowley, Mass. In King Philip's 
War. 
Dutton, Leland T., .;o. 



PeasEj Capt. John, 1630-1689. A. 
H. & A. Co., i66i. Sergt., 1665. 
Freeman of Salem, 1668. Capt., 
1668. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 202. 

Geer, Vv'alter, 53. 
Pease, Robert, 1656-1744, Salem, 
Mass. In King Philip's War. 

Geer, Walter, 53. 
Peck, Lieut. Nathaniel, 1699-1756. 
Lieut, in Colonial Forces. 

Peck, Frederick S., 224. 
*Peck, Leander R., 224. 

Seymour, Walter F., 224. 
Peeck, Jan. Burgher Corps of 
New Amsterdam, 1653. 

Elliman, Lawrence B., 51. 
Pell, Major John, 1 643-1702. Stvled 
Sir John Pell in New Rochelle 
Records. Second Lord of Manor 
of Pelham, 1669. First Member 
Assemblv, i69i-'9s, for West- 
chester Co., Prov. o"f N.Y. Com- 
mittee for Defence of Frontier 
and Chairman of the Grand 
Committee. Capt. of Horse, 
1684. Maj., 1692, French and 
Indian War. 

Phelps, Livingston, 63. 

Thompson, Henry B., 218. 
Pengry', Moses, 1610-1696. Deputy 
to General Court of Mass., 
1665. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Penn, William, 1644-1718. Paten- 
tee and Founder of Pennsyl- 
vania and West Jersey. 

Hall, William P. G., 8S. 
Pepperrell, Lieut.-Col. Willia.m, 
1647-1733, Kittery, Me. Capt. 
of the Company of Provincial 
Militia, 1714. Commandant of 
his Majesty's Fort at Kittery 
Point, 1714. Subsequently Lieut.- 
Col. of the Provincial Militia 
of York County, Me. Justice 
of the Court of Common Pleas, 
i7i5-'30. Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Court of Mass., 1696, et 
seq. Father of Sir William 
Pepperrell, Bart. 

Blunt, Stanhope E., 74. 

Furber, William C, 87. 



380 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Montague, Henry \V., iii. 
Morrell, George C, 112. 
Perkins, Sergt. John, 1590-1654, 
Ipswich, Mass. Sergt. of the 
Allied English and the friendly 
Indians under Masconoma at 
Agawara (Ipswich, Mass.) in 
the War with the Tarratines, 
1631. Deputy, 1636. 
Brown, Philip G., 231. 
Fall, Charles G., 117. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Perkins, Capt. Tobijah, 1646-1723, 
Topsfield, Mass. Quartermas- 
ter, 1698. Lieut., i702-'03. 
Capt. Deputy, 1695, et seq. 
Dorman, William B., 117. 
Perrine, Daxiel, 1672-1745. Private 
under Lieut. Nathaniel Brittain, 
Richmond County Militia, N.Y., 
1715. 
Poillon, Arthur, 63. 
Poillon, William, 63. 
Phelps, Capt. Timothy, 1639-1719, 
Windsor, Conn. Lieut, under 
Col. William Whiting, Queen 
Anne's War. Capt. of Train 
Band, 1696. 
Grafton, Charles C, 106. 
Phelps, William, 1599-1672. One 
the Eight Commissioners ap- 
pointed by the Bay Colony 
March 3, 1636, to govern the 
people of Connecticut. Gov.'s 
Assist., i636-'42, '58-'62, and 
Member of Council, 1637. Pe- 
quot War. 
Dall, Horace H., 47. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Holcombe, John M., 137. 
Phillips, Israel, 1737-1800, Oxford, 
Mass. In Col. John Chandler's 
Regt. for relief of Fort William 
Henry, 1757. 
Hicks, Lewis W., n8. 
Phillips, Major William. Com- 
mander, York Co. Forces, 
Maine, 1663. King's Commis- 
sioner and Justice for settling 
the affairs of New England. 
Major Commandant, Military 
Forces, Province of Maine, 
1665. In the Indian troubles 
in 1675, his house and mills at 



Saco were burned, and his 
garrison sustained a long and 
terrible siege. 

M'ood, Eric F., 69. 

PiCKARD, John, 1683, Rowley, 

Mass. Deputv to the General 
Court, i66i. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
PiCKARD, John, Jr., 1653-1697, 
Rowley, Mass. Served under 
Captain Nicholas Paige, and 
also under Captain Nicholas 
Manning in the Narragansett 
Campaign. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Pickering, Capt. John, 1640-1721, 
Portsmouth, N. H. Capt. of 
the Portsmouth Company, 1689- 
1692. Member of the Assembly, 
1684-1709. Speaker, 1697, f/j^?. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Pierce (Pelise), Captain Michael, 
1615-1676, Scituate, Plymouth 
Colony. Ens. under Capt. James 
Cudworth, 1673, for service 
against the Dutch. Capt., com- 
manding force of vi'hites and 
friendly Indians, and killed in 
ambuscade near what is now 
Central Falls, R. I. King 
Philip's War, 1676. 

Pierce, Edward E., 224. 

Rumrill, Frank, 124. 
Pierce, Sergt. Tho.mas, 1608-1683, 
Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 1658. 
Sergt., i669-'82. Corp'., 1683. 
Trooper in King Philip's War, 
under Capt. Thomas Prentice 
and Capt. Thomas Brattle. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Lea, James H., 120. 

Swan, Reuben S., 125. 

Wellington, Jonas F., 114. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Pierson, Lieut.-Col. Henry, 1652- 
1701. Lieut.-Col., Suffolk Co. 
Militia, 169S, Prov. of N. Y., 
and under Earle Bellomont, 
170x3. Speaker 4th Colonial 
Assembly. 

du Fais, John, 49. 

Pierson, James R., 63. 
Pike, Major Robert, 1616-1706. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Lieut., Salisbury Troop, 1652. 
Capt., 1659. Major, Military 
Forces Norfolk and Piscataqua 
Cos., 1670. Commander-in- 
Chief of all Military Forces 
North and East of Merrimac 
River, in War against French 
and Indians, 1690. Deputy, 
i648-'82. Gov.'s Asst., 1682. 
Committee of Safety, 1689. 
Commissioner to treat with 
Indians, 1690. 

Brown, Philip G., 231. 

Burrows, Charles W., 182. 

Favor, Otis S., 170. 
PiNCKNEY, Capt. Philip, 1618-168S/ 
9. Capt. of East Chester Mili- 
tia, 167 -1681. On Committee 
to treat with Indians, 1681. 

McCIintock, Emory, 150. 
Pitkin, C.\pt. Roger, i 662-1748. 
Capt. 3d Co., Hartford Militia, 
169S. Ens., 1704. 

Enders, John O., 133. 
Pitkin, William, ist, 1636-1694. 
Deputy, 1 675-1 690. Atty.-Gen., 
1664. Treas., 1676. Asst., 1690- 
'94. Commissioner for the 
United Colony of Conn., 1678. 

Enders, John O., 133. 

Pollock, Edwin T., 202. 
Plaisted, Elisha. Representative, 
Mass., for Berwick, Me., 1714, 
et seg. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Plaisted, John, 1659 , Ports- 
mouth, N. H. Member of As- 
sembly, 1693, et seg. Speaker 
of the House, 1696-1727. Mem- 
ber of Council, i702-'o8. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Plaisted, Lieut. Roger, 1627-1675. 
Deputy, i663-'64, '73. Lieut., 
1670, Capt. Charles Frost's Co. 
Killed by Indians. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Pl.att, Capt. Epenetus, 1640-1693. 
Capt. of Suffolk Co. Foot, 1684. 
Sent in command of East End 
Men to demand surrender of 
Fort at N. Y., 1689. 

Kellogg, George C, 58. 

Van Nostrand, Benjamin T., 68. 



Platt, Capt. Zephaniah, 1735- 
1S07. Ens. in Capt. Joseph 
Lewis' Co., Huntington, L. I., 
1758. Capt. Co. of Foot, N. 
Battalion, Dutchess Co. Regt., 
Col. Martin Hoffman, 1760. 
Kellogg, George C, 58. 
Platts, Ens. Abel, 1690, Row- 
ley, Mass. Ens. in the Rowley 
Co., Expedition against Canada, 
1690. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Pl.atts, Moses, 1707-1745, Rowley, 
Mass. Died at Siege of Louis- 
burg, 1745. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 

Plowden, Sir Edmund, 1659. 

Gov., Capt.-Gen., and Earl 
Palatine of New Albion. 
Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Plum (Plumb), John, 1594-1648, 
Conn. In Capt. Mason's Co., 
Pequot War, 1637. Deputy from 
Wethersfield, i636-'42. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Short, Charles L., 124. 
White, William R, 126. 
Plummer, Asa, ij^z-circ. 1810, 
Haverhill, Mass. Private in 
John Moody's Company, Col. 
Bagley's Regt. at Louisburg. 
*Wade, Joseph M., 114. 
Plum.mer, Joseph, 1630-1683. 
Trooper with Capt. Appleton, 
King Philip's War. 
Dutton, Leland T., 49. 
Plympton (Plimpton) , Sergt. John, 
1620-1677, Deerfield, Mass. 
Sergt., 1674. Captured by the 
Indians and killed, 1677. 
Adams, Edwin P., 147. 
Beardsell, George R., 102. 
Plimpton, Howard D., 215. 
Poillon, Capt. Jacques (James), 

1720. Capt. of the South 

Company, Richmond County 
Militia, N. Y., 1715. 
Poillon, Arthur, 63. 
Poillon, John E., 63. 
Poillon, William, 63. 
Poillon, Ensign Jacques (James), 
Jr., 1681-1732/3. Ensign in 
Capt. James Poillon's South 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



the 



and 
1672. 



Co., Richmond County Militia, 
N. Y., 171 5. 

Poillon, Arthur, 63. 

Poillon, William, 64. 
Pollard, Lieut.-Col. Benjamin, 
1696-1756, Boston. First Com- 
mander, Governor's Company 
of Cadets, 1741. 

Winslow, Erving, 127. 
PoMEROY, Med.M), 163S-1716. Dep- 
uty, Mass., 1677, el seq. Served 
from Northampton, Mass., 
under Capt. Turner in 
Falls Fight. 

Benton, Arthur B., 202. 

Short, Charles L., 124. 

PoKD, Lieut., Daniel, 

Dedham, Mass. Sergt. 
Lieut, in Dedham Militia, 

Parker, Edward H., 213. 
Poole, Capt. Jon.\than, 1634-1678, 
Reading, Mass. Appointed 
Q. M. by General Court, 1671. 
Cornet of Three County Troop, 
1674. Capt., Reading Co., 1677. 
Deputy, 1677. President of 
Council of War, i675-'76. 

Boardman, Waldo E., 103. 
PoORE, Henry, 1650-1741, Newbury, 
Mass. Under Major Appleton, 
Narragansett Campaign, 1675. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Pope, Thomas, 1608-1683, Plymouth, 
Mass. In Volunteer Co. under 
William Holmes and Thomas 
Prence, Pequot War. In ser- 
vice, 1643. 

Bryant, W. Sohisr, 45. 
Porter, John, Sr., 1590-164S, Wind- 
sor, Conn. Deputy, 1639, f/ jfj. 

Crane, Roy E., 104. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Porter, John, Sr., i 600-1 648, Wind- 
sor, Conn. Deputy, i646-'47. 

Short John C, 182. 
Porter, Sergt. John, 1667-1723, 
Weymouth, NIass. Sergt. of 
Wevmouth Military Co. 

Willc'utt, Levi L., 126. 
Porter, Nathaniel, 1680-1710. 
Served in the Canada Expedi- 
tion, i7oS-'o9. Died at Fort 
Anne. 

Hart, Richard H., 205. 



Porter, Lieut. Nathaniel, 1704- 
1759. Under Capt. Israel Put- 
nam, 1756. Indian Scout. 

Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Porter, Corp. Robert, 1630-1710, 
Lynn, Mass. Corp. in Lynn 
Military Co., 16S9. Served in 
Narraga.-.sett War. 

Lord, Calvin, 121. 
Porter, Capt. William, 1695-1749. 
Capt., Penn. Militia, i747-'48. 

Porter, Augustus D., 64. 
Praa, Capt. Pieter, 1655-1740, 
Brooklvn. Capt. of Foot Co., 
Kings Co. Regt., Col. Stephen 
Cortlandt, i700-'i3. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Pratt, Daniel, Hartford and Col- 
chester, Conn. Trooper in ist 
Conn. Cavalrv, 1658. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

Pratt, John, 1655, Cambridge, 

Mass., and one of the founders 
of Hartford, Conn. Deputy from 
Hartford, 1639, and later. 

Holcombe, John M., 137. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Pratt, Lieut. William, 1622- 1678. 
Lieut. Saybrook Forces under 
Mason, Pequot War. Deputy, 
1666, et seq. Council of War, 
1642. 

Clarke, Chauncey H., 176. 

Peck, William H., 149. 
Pr.att, Capt. William, 1653-1718. 
Lieut, of Conn. Troops in 
1709, and Capt. of the ist Co., 
Saybrook, Conn., 1717. 

Spencer, Selden, 179. 
Prence (Prince), Gov. Tho.mas, 
1 600-1 673, Plymouth. Asst., 
Plymouth Col., 1635, et seq. 
Gov., 1634, et seq. Member 
Council of War, and served 
against Pequot Indians, 1637. 
Commissioner for United Col- 
onies, 1645, et seq. 

Brown, Frederick L., 197. 

Cole, Amedee B., 176. 

Lawrence, Harris K., 109. 

Rogers, Edward S., 167. 

Scammon, Charles W., 162. 
Prentice, Capt. Tho.m.as, 1621-1710. 
Lieut., Mass. Troop, 1656. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Capt., 1662. Pequot and Nar- 
ragansett Wars. 

Prentiss, Samuel L., 190. 
Prescott, John, 1604-1681, Lancas- 
ter, Mass. Served in Garrison 
at Lancaster against Indians, 
1675 and 1676. 

Enos, Alanson T., 76. 

Gage, Herbert E., 106. 

Huse, Arthur H., 230. 

Wood, Eric F., 68. 

Wood, William B., 70. 
Prescott, Capt. Jok.\s, 1648-1723, 
Groton, Mass. Capt. Groton 
Co. in King William's War, 
1689. Deputy, 1699, ct seq.. 
Colony of Mass. 

Gage, Herbert E., 106. 

Prescott, Joxath.\n, 1675-1755, 

Kensington, N. H. At Fori 

William and Mary, 1696; un 

der Capt. John Gilman, 1710. 

Prescott, Frank C, 203. 
Preston, WiLLi.AM, 1729-1783. Mem 
ber of Va. House of Burgesses, 
1751. Commissioner from Va. to 
treat with Shawnee and Dela 
ware Indians, 1757. 

Coles, Walter D., 176. 
Provoost, Sergt. D.avid, i6o8-'56. 
Commander at Fort Good 
Hope, i642-'47. First? of the 
"Nine Men," 1652. Sergt., 
Blue Flag Co., Burgher Corps, 
New Amsterdam, 1653. First 
separate Schout at Breuckelen, 
1655. Schout and Sec. of 
Breuckelen, Amersfoort and 
Midwout until his death. 

Hance, William W., 148. 

Provoost, John M., 78. 
Provoost, David, 1642 . Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1699-1702. 
Member of Council, 1708-1711. 

Hance, William W., 148. 
Provoost, Capt. David, 1695-1781. 
2nd Lieut, in Capt. Cornelius 
Van Home's Co., 1737; ist 
Lieut, under Capt. Paul Rich- 
ard, 1738. Capt. of a Co. of 
Troops, 1740, Spanish Expedi- 

Provoost, John M., 78. 
Provoost, David W., 1702-1776. 



Appointed in charge of mili- 
tary affairs, Bergen Co., Apr. 
18, 1740. 

Hance, William W, 148. 
Provoost, William, i 679-1 746. 
Governor's Council, N. Y., 
i723-'35- Governor's Council, 
N. J., 1734-1741. In charge of 
military affairs in N. J. 

Hance, William W., 148. 
Pruyn, Samuel, 1677-1752. In 
Capt. Rooseboom's Co., Al- 
bany, 1715. 

Sanford, George D., 64. 
Putnam, Maj.-Gen. Israel, 1718- 
1790, Brooklyn, Conn. French 
War, 1755, he raised a com- 
pany at Pomfret, Conn.; Capt. 
in Lyman's Regt. ; Lake George 
and Crown Point. Rogers's 
Rangers, 1755. Maj., 1757. 
Lieut.-Col., 1759. Havana Ex- 
pedition, i76i-'62. Col., 1764. 

Putnam, Douglas, 182. 
Putnam, Lieut. Thomas, 1614- 
1686. Lieut., Troop of Horse, 
Lvnn, Mass., 1662. In King 
Philip's War. 

Put.iam, John B., 64. 
QuACKENBOs, John, 1742-1S24. In 
Capt. John Peter Smith's Co., 
1758, Old French War. 

Quackenbos, John D., 64. 
Qui.MBY, John. Member Hempstead 
Convention, 1665. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
QuiNCY, Col. Edmund, 1627-1698, 
Braintree, Mass. Deputy, 1670, 
et seq. Member of the Coun- 
cil, 1689. Capt., Military Co. at 
Braintree, 1684. Major, Suffolk 
Regt., and Lieut.-Col., 1694* 
CoFonel, 1695. 

Wild, Benjamin F., 115. 
Rand, Sergt. Thomas, 1627-1683. 
Sergt. in Capt. John Cutler's 
Co., 1676. King Philip's War. 

Clarke, George K., 117. 

Favor, Otis S., 170- 

Lunt, William W., 121. 
Randoli-h. Isham, 16S7-1742. Mem- 
ber House of Burgesses and 
Adj.-Gen., Va. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Thomas, John L., 179. 
Randolph, Lieut.-Col. William, 
1651-1711. Member House of 
Burgesses, 1700-05. Capt., Hen- 
rico Co. Forces, 16S0. Lieut.- 
Col., 1699. Atty.-Gen. and 
Member Royal Council of Va. 
Thomas, John L., 179. 

Rapelje, Joris Jansen See de 

Rapelje. 

Rawliks, Joseph, 1702 •, Exeter 

and Hampton, N. H. At the 
Siege of Louisburg, 1745. 
Johnson, Charles H., 109. 
Ravvson, Rev. Grindal, 1659-1715. 
Chaplain of the Fleet, Port 
Royal Expedition, 1690. 
Hoppin, Hamilton, L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Ray, Capt. Symox, 1635-1712. Com- 
manded New Shoreham Co., 
R. I., defense of Block Island, 
1705. 
Thomas, Robert M., 80. 
Raymond, John, Jr., circ. 1650-1725. 
Sen'ed under Capt. Samuel 
Appleton, Narragansett Cam- 
paign, King Philip's War. He 
claimed to be the first soldier 
to enter the Fort in the Great 
Swamp Fight. 
Moore, Howard P., 78. 
Raymond Joshua, 1639-1676, Salem, 
Mass., and New London, Conn. 
Deputy from New London to 
General Assembly, 1669. Ap- 
pointed Cornet of the New Lon- 
don Troopers, 1672. Com- 
missary in King Philip's War. 
Perry, Alexander, 62. 
Raynes, Capt. Francis, 1625-1693. 
Ensign, 1652. Lieut., 1654. 
Capt., 1659. New Hampshire 
Troops. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
R.«NO, Elias, 1715-1787. Private 
in Col. Nathaniel Meserve's 
New Hampshire Co. in Expedi- 
tion against Crown Point, 1756. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Rea, or Ray, Daniel, Danvers, 
Mass. In King Philip's War. 
Brown, John B., 75. 
Read (Reed), Captain William, 



1662-1718, Lexington, Mass. 
Captain of a Company of Dra- 
goons, 1706. Representative to 
the General Court, 1714. 

Wellington, Jonas F., 114. 
Read, Captain William, 2nd, 1693- 
1778. Capt. of the Lexington 
Military Co. and served with 
his company in French War of 
1755 under Gen. John Win- 
slow. Selectman eleven years. 
Representative to the General 
Court seventeen years. 

Beatty, William T., 166. 
Reade, Col. George, 1600-1671. 
Colonel of Va. Militia. Sec, 
Colony of Va., 1637. Acting 
Gov., 1638. Member House of 
Burgesses, James City Co., 
1649; York Co., 1656. Member 
Royal Council, i657-'7i. 

Suter, Henderson, 142. 

Thomas, John L., 179. 
Redfield, Levi, 1749-1838. En- 
listed 1762 at Killingworth, 
Conn., in Col. Putnam's Regt., 
which sailed from New York 
in June, 1762, in the Expedi- 
tion against Havana. 

Mersereau, John D., 198. 

Reed, Lieut. Joseph, 1741, Wo- 

burn, Mass. In Expedition to 
Canada, 1690. Sergt. in Wo- 
burn Co., I70i-'i3. Ens., 1713- 
15. Lieut. I7i6-'4i. 

Swan, Reuben S., 125. 
Reid, John, 1655-1723. Surveyor- 
General of East Jersey, 1703. 
Presiding Justice, 1711, '15, '19. 

Sargent, Christopher S., 234. 

Sargent, George P. T., 234 
Remsen, Capt. Jeromus, 1705-1781. 
Newtown, Long Island. Pro- 
vincial Forces, N. Y. Capt. of 
a Companv in the French War. 

Wyckoff, Charles R., Jr., 72. 

Wyckoff, Clarence J., 73. 
Remsen, Re.m, 1685-1752. Soldier 
in Capt. Joshua Cornell's Co., 
Queens County Militia, 1715. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

Reynolds, Capt. Nathaniel, 

1708. A. & H. A. Co., 1658. 
Lieut. 4th Co., Suffolk Regt., 



385 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Maj. Thomas Clarke. Lieut, 
and Capt., King Philip's War. 
Command of Chelmsford Gar- 
rison, i675-'76. 
Baker, George F., 147. 
Rhodes, John, 1658-1716, R. I., 
Deputy, I702-'o4, 1708. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Rhodes, Zachariah, 1603-1665, Pro- 
vidence, R. 1. Commissioner, 
i658-'63. Deputy, 1659, '61- 
'65. 
Fitz Gerald, Desmond, n8. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Rice, Edmund, 1594-1663, Sudbury, 
Mass. Deputy, 1640, et seq. 
Far\vell, John W., Ii8. 

Rice, John, , Needham, Mass. 

Service under Captain Mose- 
ley, of record lo December, 
1675, -4 April, 1676. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Rice, Joseph, 1637-1685, Marlboro, 
Mass. Owned a garrison 
house. King Philip's War, 
1675-1676. Deputy, 16S3. 
Enos, Alanson T., 76. 
Richards, Ens. William, 1707-1797, 
Stoughton, Mass. In Capt. Ben- 
jamin Johnson's Co., Col. Mil- 
ler's Regt., 1757. 
Guilford, William W., 118. 
Richardson, Ezekiel, 1602-1647, 
Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 1635. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Stone, William E., 125. 
Richardson, Lieut. John, 1639- 
1696, Woburn, Mass. In King 
Philip's War, and Phips' Ex- 
pedition. Lieut, in Militia. 
Grirtin, Henry A., 148. 
Richardson, Sergt. Joseph, 1655 

, Newbury, Mass. Sergt. of 

Newbury Military Co., circ. 
1700. 
Richardson, William S., 113. 
Richardson, Nathaniel, 1651-1714, 
Woburn, Mass. In Capt. Pren- 
tiss's Co. Wounded in the Great 
Swamp Fight. In Lieut. Ha- 
sey's Three County Troop, 
1676. 
Boynton, Chester C, 44. 
RicHARDSo:-', Stephen, 1652 , 



Stonington, Conn. In King 
Philip's War, i675-'76. 

Richardson, Samuel W., 112. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Richmond, Capt. Edward, 1632- 
1696. Leut. in King Philip's 
War. Capt., 1690. Deputy, 
R. I. Assembly, 1678, et seq. 

Kennedy, George C, 208. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 59. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
RiDGELY, LiEUT.-COL. HeNRY, 

1708. Member of Assembly, 
1692. Member of Gov.'s Coun- 
cil, Maj. and Col. of Militia, 
Anne Arundel Co., Md. Com- 
missioner, 1683. Lieut.-Col., 
i694-'99. 

Boogher, Frank, 174. 

Boogher, John H., 175. 

Boogher, Lawrence, 175. 

Hadley, William L., 177. 
RiGBY, Samuel, 1641-1691. In King 
Philip's War under Maj. Sav- 
age. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 
RiGGS, Sergt. Edward, 1619-1669, 
Roxbury, Mass. In Pequot 
War, 1637. 

Riggs, Royal E. T., 64. 
Riggs, Thomas, i 632-1722, Glou- 
cester, Mass. Representative, 
1700. 

Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

Ripley, John, 1684. In Punk- 

apauge Co., 1676, King Philip's 
War. 

Hallowell, Thomas J., 54. 
RoBBiNS, Nathaniel, 1648-1719. 
Under Capt. Poole, King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 

Roberts, Gov. Tho.mas, 1674. 

Last Colonial Gov. of New 
Hampshire, 1640. 

Monnette, Orra E., 198. 

Wood, Eric F., 68. 

Wood, William B., 71. 

ROBIE, ICHABOD, 1680-I753. In 

garrison at Exeter, N. H., 1696. 

Aided in construction of Fort 

William and Mary, New 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Castle, N. H., 1697. Received 
warrant in 1733 to enlist com- 
pany of cavalry in Hampton 
and Rye, N. H. Member of 
Assembly, 1735, '36, '39, '41. 

Drevr, Charles W., 189. 
ROuiE, Samuel, 1659-17 17, Hamp- 
ton, N. H. In King William's 
War. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
RoBiN'sox, George, 1630-1702, Mass. 
In Maj. Clarke's Co., Boston, 
1681. 

Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Rockwell, Capt. Joseph, 1670- 
1733, Windsor and Middle- 
town, Conn. Deputy, I7i2-'i9. 
Lieut. Middlef.'own Train Band, 
1712. Capt., 1717. 

Burton, Lewis W., 194. 
Roe, Lieut. Daniel, 1740-1820. 
Lieut, in French and Indian 
Wars under Capt. Daniel 
Griffin. 

Smith, Clarence W., 65. 
Rogers, James, 1615-1687, Conn. 
Deputy, i662-'66, '73. Commis- 
sioner for New London, 1660- 
'61. Commissioner to treat with 
Indians. Served in Pequot 
War, 1637- 

Fletcher, Henry, 52. 

Rogers, Jesse, 1740 . In Capt. 

Thomas West's Co. in French 
War, 1760. Expedition to 
Canada. 

Rogers, Edward S., 167. 
Rogers, John, 1661, Wey- 
mouth, Mass. Deputy, 1659. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 

Rogers, John, 1692, Duxbury, 

Mass. Member of Capt. Myles 
Standish's Co., 1643. Deputy, 
1657, Plymoi-th Colony. 

Lawton, Daniel, L., 59. 

Rogers, Lieut. Joseph, 1678, 

Eastham, Mass. Member of the 
Duxbury Co., under Capt Myles 
Standish. Lieut, in Capt. Mat- 
thew Fuller's Co., 1647. Mem- 
ber of Council of War, 1658. 

Rumrill, Frank, 124. 

Smith, Dwight, 65. 



RoosA, Capt. Albert Heymanse, 

1679. Militia of Hurley 

and Marbletown, Ulster Co., 
N. Y., 1673. 

Hatfield, Henry R., 88 
Root, John, 1642-1687. Commis- 
sary at Westiield, Mass., King 
Philip's War. 

DIckerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 
Root, Thomas, 1605-1695, Hartford. 
In Pequot War. 

BronsoM, Edward P., 175. 
Rose, Hugh, 1743-1797, Virginia. 
Member Amherst Committee of 
Safety, 1775. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Rose, Thomas. Deput>'. General 
Court, Conn., 1695. 

Swisher, Benjamin F., 20S. 
RoYALL, Joseph, 1728, Charles- 
town, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip's War. 

Tyler, Edward R., 126. 
RoYCE, Robert. Deputy from New 
London, Conn., 1661. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

RuMRiLL, Aaron, iSoo, Rox- 

bury and Dorchester. In Cap- 
tain Solomon Whitney's Com- 
pany, Colonel Bagley's Regi- 
ment, Lake George Expedition, 
1759- 

Rumrill, Frank, 124. 
Rumrill, Simon, 1696 , West- 
ford, Mass. On New Hampshire 
frontier, i745-'49. In Westford 
Snow Shoe Company under 
Captain Robert Richardson, 
1725. In Captain Jeremiah 
Clough's Scouts at Canterbury, 
N. H., 1745. In Lieutenant 
William Niles' Scouts, 1745. In 
Captain Daniel Ladd's Com- 
pany for scouting at Canterbury 
and Rumford. 1746. In Cap- 
tain John Goff's Company for 
scouting on the frontier of the 
province of New Hampshire, 
1748. 

Rumrill, Frank, 124. 
Russell, Lieut. Benjamin, 1677- 



387 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1754. Lieut, of Ashford, Coan., 
Militia, 1722. 

Monnette, Oira E., 200. 
Russell, John, 1686/7-1757. Deputy 
to General Assembly at 45 
sessions between 1714 and 1753. 

Trowbridge, Rutherford, 135. 
Russell, Philip. Member of Coast 
Guard at Cape Henlopen, 1697- 
1701. 

Saulsbury, Willard, 217. 
Russell, Hon. Richard, 1611-1676. 
Member A. & H. A. Co., 1644. 
Deputy to Mass. General Court, 
1642, 46, '48, '50, '55, 57, '58. 
Speaker for the House of Depu- 
ties, 1648, '50, '54, '56, '58. 
Treas. of Mass. Bay Colony, 
i644-'76. Assistant, 1659, '60- 
'76. 

Benedict, Russell, 43. 

Mickle-Saltonstall, Andrew H., 

79- 

Rutgers. Harman, 1711. 

Burgher Corps, New Amster- 
dam, 1653. 

Mickle-Saltonstall, Andrew H., 

79- 
Rutherford, Capt. Walter, 1723- 
1804. Capt. of Grenadiers, 
4th Battalion, Royal Ameri- 
cans, Old French War. Also 
paymaster of a battalion, and 
Major of the Royal American 
Regt. Served at the Battle of 
Ticonderoga. Received terms 
of surrender at Fort Niagara, 
and the keys at the surrender 
at Montreal. 

Jay, John, 58. 
RuTLEDGE, George, 1719 . Priv- 
ate in Capt. Samuel Coburn's 
Co., 1745. Called into service 
of the Colony of N. C. in de- 
fense of Brunswick and other 
settlements on Eastern coast of 
Colony from attacks of the 
Spaniards. 

Withers, William A., 143. 

RuTSEN, CoL. Jacob. Ens. Co. Foot, 

Kingston and New Paltz, 1685- 

'87. Lieut.-Col. Regt. Militia, 

Ulster and Dutchess Counties, 



1700. Col. Ulster Co. Militia, 
1715 and '28. 
Stewart, Ralph W., 200. 

Saltar, Richard, Jr., circ. 1699- 
1763. Provincial Councillor of 
N- J-, 1749, ^' seq. 

Starr, Isaac, Jr., 91. 
Saltonstall, Gov. Gurdon, 1666- 
1724. Gov. Colony of Conn., 
1708. 

Seabury, William M., 65. 
Sanborn, Lieut. John, 1620-1692, 
Hampton, N. H. Ensign, 1677. 
Lieut., Hampton, N. H., 1679. 
Representative for Hampton, 
1685. Served in King Will- 
iam's ^^'a^. 

Clark, Byron N., 163. 

Fernald, Frederik A., 52. 

Hubbard, Phineas, io8. 
Sanborn, Hon John, 1680-1767, 
Hampton, N. H. Representa- 
tive, 1722, et seq. Speaker 
(pro-tem), i745-'47- 

Brown, Harry L., 103. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 109. 
Sanborn, Ens. John, 1681-1727, 
Hampton, N. H. Soldier at 
Fort William and Mary, New 
Castle, N. H., June and July, 
1708. Sergt. in Lovewell's 
War, 1724. Subsequently En- 
sign. 

Fernald, Frederik A., 52. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 109. 
Sanborn, Richard, 1655 . Sol- 
dier in the Garrison at Oyster 
River, 1696. 

Fernald, Frederik A., 52. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Sanborn, William, i 622-1 692, 
Hampton, Mass. Under Maj. 
Samuel Appleton, King Philip's 
War, 1675-6. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Sanborn, William, 16 50-1 744, 
Hampton, N. H. In Garrison 
at Oyster River, 1694. 

Hubbard, Phineas, io8. 
Sanborn, William, 1682-1718, N. H. 
Private in Capt. Woodman's 
Co. from Hampton at Oyster 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



River. Private in Capt. Wal- 
ton's Co. at Fort William and 
Mary, 1708. In Capt. Dana's 
scouting party, N. H., troops, 
1712. 

Bennett, Larkin E., 116. 
Sands, Capt. James, 1622-1695. Dep- 
uty-, New Shoreham Co., R. I., 
1665. Assistant Warden, 1676. 
Commanded the Militia Co. in 
King Philip's War. 

Prime, Frederick, 91. 

Thompson, Henry B., 218. 
Sa.vds, Capt. John, 1649-1712, New 
Shoreham Co., R. I., Troops. 
Deputy, i67S-'8i. 

Thompson, Henry B., 218. 

Sanford, Pres. John, 1653, 

Portsmouth, R. I. Cannoneer 
for Fort at Boston, i634-'36. 
Committee as to Ordinance, 
Boston, 163+. Surveyor of 
Ordinance and Ammunition 
at Boston, 1636. Disarmed, 
1637. Constable, 1640, at R. I. 
Lieut., 1644. Gov.'s Asst., 1647- 
'49. Pres. of Portsmouth and 
Newport, 1653. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Sanford, Gov. Peleg, 1639-1701. 
Capt. of R. I. Troop of Horse, 
1667. Assistant, R. I., 1667- 
1669. Deputy to the General 
Assembly, 1670-1677. Major, 
King Philip's War, iSji-'ji, 
and in 1679. General Treas- 
urer of the Colony, i678-'So. 
Governor, R.I.,i6So'-'83. Lieut.- 
Col., 1687. Member Andros' 
Council, 1687. Judge of Courts 
of General Sessions and Com- 
mon Pleas, 1687. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Sanford, Seth, 1735-1805, Redding, 
Conn. In Capt. Bradley's Co., 
Col. Andrew Burr's Regt., in 
the relief of Fort \\'illiara 
Henry, 1757. 

Sanford, Frederick F., 182 and 

213. 
Sargent, John, 1639-1716, Charles- 
town, Mass. Served under 
Lieut. Gillam, King Philip's 
War. 



Winship, William H., 127. 
Saunders, James, 1707. Mem- 
ber Assembly, Md., 1692-1701. 
Member of the Council, 1701- 
'07. 
Thompson, Eustis, 97. 
Savage, .\Lajor Tho.mas, 1607- 

1652, Boston, Mass. Lieut. 
A. & H. A. Co., i64i-'45. Capt. 

of same, 1651, et seq. Capt. of 
Suffolk Regt. before 1655. Maj. 
commanding the Mass. forces 
in the Mount Hope Campaign, 
King Philip's War, 1675. Dep- 
uty to the General Court, 1654, 
et scq. Speaker, 1659, et seq. 
Assistant, i6So-'Si. 

Park, Lawrence, n2. 

Starr, Isaac, Jr., 91. 

Winslow, Erving, 127. 
Savage, Capt. William, 1668-1726, 
Middletown, Conn. Lieut Mid- 
dletown Co., 1717. Capt., 1719. 
Deputy, 1715-1726. 

Whittemore, Lawrence J., 213. 
Sawyer, Francis, 1681-1756, Wells, 
Me. Representative, NIass. Bay 
Colony, i720-'2i. 

Sawyer, Isaac H., 179. 

Salter, John, 16S8 , Newbury, 

Mass. Soldier against the Mer- 
rimack Indians, 1709. 

Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Sa«-ier, Thom.«, 1616-1706. At 
Lancaster garrison. King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
S.\wiER, Thom.as, Jr., 1649-1736, 
Lancaster, Mass. Lancaster 
garrison. King Philip's War, 
i675-'76. Taken prisoner to 
Canada, 1705. Deputj-, 1707. 

Walker, John B., 68. 
S.W-iER, Wi'LiA.M, 1656-1718, New- 
burv, Mass. In Major Apple- 
ton's Regt., King Philip's War. 
Representative, 1707, et seq. 

Sawyer, Isaac H., 179. 
Savles, John, 1633-1681. Commis- 
sioner for Providence, R. I., 

1653. '55. '57. '59- Assistant, 
1653. Treasurer for Provi- 



389 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



dence, 1653. Warden for Provi- 
dence, General Council, 1658. 
Deputy, 1669, '70, '71, '74. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Pratt, Alexander D. B., 78. 

ScAMMON, Capt. Humphrey, 

1727. Capt. of the Military 
Co. at Saco, Maine. In 1641, 
during King William's War, 
was carried captive by the In- 
dians with his wife and five 
children, to Canada. After a 
year's time, during which they 
suffered many hardships, a 
treaty was made and they were 
returned safely to Saco. 
Favor, Otis S., 170. 

ScHissLER, Conrad, 1786. Priv- 
ate in Lieut.-Col. Joseph Ship- 
pen's Pa. Regt., 1760. 
Monnette, Mervin J., 198. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

Schmidt, Dr. Gottfried Christian, 
1730-1791. Surgeon in Col. 
Richard Saltonstall's Regt., 
French and Indian War, 1761- 
'62. 
Smith, Thomas K., 90. 

Schneider, Johannes Wilhelm, 

iCS2-i76%. Volunteer Co. of 

Palatines Expedition against 

Canada, 1711, from Annsberg. 

Snyder, Louis V., 66. 

Schoonmaker, Benjamin, 1719- 
1779. Delegated by Gov. Mor- 
ris, of the Prov. of Pa., to at- 
tend a conference with the 
Indian Chief Teedyuscung, 
Dec, 1755. Member of Capt. 
Van Etten's Co. in service 
against the Indians. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 

Schoonmaker, Lieut. Hendrick, 

16S3 . Ens. and Lieut., 

Capt. Whittaker's Co., CoL 
Jacob Rutsen's Regt., Ulster 
County Militia, I7i5-'i7. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 

Schoonmaker, Lieut. Hendrick 

JOCHEMSEN. 1681. Lieut. 

in Capt. Thomas Chamber's Co. 
At Fort Orange and Esopus 
War. Member of Council of 



War. Severely wounded at 
Wittnych, 1663. 

Catlin, George de G., 45. 
Schoonmaker, Capt. Jochem, 1658- 
1730. Capt. Ulster Co. Militia, 
N. Y., against the Indians, 1700. 

Cathn, George de G., 46. 

Schuyler, D.wid, 1690, New 

York City. Magistrate, 1673. 
Alderman, i686-'8S. Member 
of Convention that assumed 
government of the City, 1689. 
Appointed Justice of the Peace 
by Gov. Dongan, 1683. 

Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 
Schuyler, Col. Johannes, 1668- 
1747. N. Y. Forces, French 
and Indian Wars. 

Delafield, Edward C, 48. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 
Schuyler, Capt. Johannes, Jr., 

1697 • Commissary at 

Oswego, 1733. ct seq. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 
Schuy'ler, Capt. Philip Pieterse, 
1628-1683. Capt., N. Y. Pro- 
vincial Forces, 1667. Capt. of 
Foot at Schenectadv, 1669. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 

Robbins, Le Roy K., 178. 

Schuyler, Philip Van R., 65. 

Schuyler, Sidney S., 149. 
Schuyxer, Col. Pieter ("Queed- 
er"), 1657-1724. Lieut, of 
Horse, 1685. Commanded a 
Co. at Schenectady, N.Y., 1689. 
Commanded Fort at Albany, 
1689. Delegate to Councils of 
Five Nations. Led expedition 
which ended in capture of Fort 
La Prairie. Pres., King's Coun- 
cil, 1662-1720. Acting-Gov. of 
the Prov., 1709. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 
Schuyler, Capt. Pieter, Jr., 1698- 
1771. Capt. at Fort Seneca, 
1721. Commissary at Oswego, 
1741. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 
Scott. John, 1640-1677. Wounded 
at Pawtucket, iKing Phjilip's 
War. 

Elliman, Lawrence B., 51. 
Scott, John, 1690. .Soldier in 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



King Philip's War under Capt. 
Johnson. In Falls Fight, 1676, 
under Capt. William Turner. 

Dickerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

\"\'oodin, William H., 72. 

Scott, John", 1756, Lunenberg, 

Mass. Private in Crown Point 
Expeditions, i755-'56, under 
Captains Joseph Whitcomb and 
James Reed, Col. Timothy 
Ruggles' Regt. 

Scott, Henry E., 113. 
Scott, Richard, 1607-1680. Wound- 
ed at Pawtucket, King Philip's 
War. 

Elliman, Lawrence B., 50. 
ScRiBXER, Samuel, 1716-1794. Priv- 
ate in Col. Samuel Moore's 
N. H. Regt. at Louisburg, 
1745; Col. Nathaniel Me- 
serve's Regt. at Crown Point, 
1756; Major Thomas Tash's 
Battalion, 1757; and in Col. 
Hart's Regt., 175S. 
•Hull, John C. F., 198. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

Scripture, Samuel, , 

Concord, Mass. Under Capt. 
Joseph Sill, King Philip's 
War, 1675. In King William's 
War, i69i-'92. 

Wead, Leslie C, 126. 
Seabury, Samuel, 1640-1681, Dux- 
bury, Mass. Deputy, 1676. 
Ens', 1678. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Sea.man. Capt. John. 1610-1695. 
In Indian Wars, i668-'76. 

Elliman, Lawrence B., 51. 

Seaman, Frederick A., 65. 
Sears (Sares), Richard, 1590-1676. 
Member Yarmouth Co., Lieut. 
William Palmer. Deputy, Ply- 
mouth Col., 1662. 

Sears, Frank I., iij. 
Sears, Capt. Samuel 1663-1741. 
Lieut., 1706. Capt. 

Hawks, Frederick E., 107. 
Seaver, Robert, 1608-1683, Rox- 
bury, Mass. In King Philip's 
War. 

C rafts, J ohn C, 117. 

* Deceased. 



Sebring, Jacob. Sergt., Kings 
County Militia, "In service 
against all enemies, rebels and 
pirates on land and sea," 1715. 
Adjutant, 1728. 

Weisse, Faneuil S., 80. 
Sedgwick, Maj.-Gen. Robe",t, circ. 
1613-1656. Appointed Capt. for 
Charlestown, Mass., 1636/7. 
Deputy to the General Court, 
i637-'49- Commander at the 
Castle, 1641. Capt., A. &H. A. 
Co., 1640, '45, '48. Commanded 
the Middlesex Regt, 1643, and 
was first Sergt.-Maj. command- 
ing this Regt., 1644. Com- 
mander-in-Chief, 1652. Chos- 
en, with Capt. Leverett, 'to 
organize an expedition against 
the Dutch in \Ianhattan, 1654. 
Commanded fleet of four ves- 
sels against Acadia, 1654. Com- 
manded a Regt. to occupy the 
Island of Jamaica, 1655, and 
appointed Commissioner to gov- 
ern the Island. Commissioned 
Major-General bv Cromwell, 
1656. 

Taylor, Ewing, 67. 
Severance, Johm, 16S2. Mem- 
ber A. & H. A. Co., 1 641 and 
1654- 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Sewall, Hen-ry, 1614-1700. New- 
bury, Mass. Deputy, 1661, et 
seq. 

Dorman, William B., 117. 

Fall, Charles G., 117. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Sewall, Hen5y, 1 620-1 665. Princi- 
pal Secretary of Md., 1661-1665. 
Deputy, i66i, et seq. Gov.'s 
Council, 1661. 

Smith, William D. G., 157. 
Sewall, Dep.-Gov. Nicholas, 1655- 
1737. Member and Secretary, 
Prov. Council, Md., 1686. Dep.- 
Gov., 16S9. Major of Militia. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 
Se.vton, Daniel. Member of Brook- 
haven Co., Long Island Mili- 
tia, 1715. 

Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 
Seymour, Capt. Richard, 1655, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hartford and Farmington, 
Conn. Capt. Seymour Fort 
(Kensington). 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Shapleigh, Major Nicholas, 1680 

. Representative, Mass., 

for York Co., Me., 1733. Capt. 
and Major of Co. Troops, 1733. 
Peirce, William H., 96. 
Sh.\rp(e), Lieut. John, 1643-1676, 
Brookline, Mass. In Capt. 
Wadsworth's Co. Killed at 
Sudbury Fight. 
Crafts, John C, 117. 

Shattuck, Willia.vi, Jr., 1653 , 

Watertown, Mass. In Capt. 
Prentice's Co., King Philip's 
War. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Wood, William B., 71. 

Shaw, John, 1694. Plymouth 

Military Co., 1643. In King 
Philip's War. 
Baker, George F., 147. 

SH.i^w, Roger, 1661. Deputy 

from Hampton, N. H., Mass. 
Bay Colony, 1651-1653. 
Morrell, George C, in. 
Robie, Guy S., 234. 
Robie, William J., 234. 

Shed, Corp. Daniel, Sr., 1708, 

Billerica, Mass. Billerica gar- 
rison, King Philip's War, 1675. 
Corp., 1679. 
Geer, Walter, 53. 
Shed, John, 1655-1736/7. In gar- 
rison of Rev. Samuel Whiting, 
at Billerica, Mass., Oct. 8, 1675. 
Under Major Simon Willard, 
1675. 
Geer, Walter, 53. 
Sherman, Philip, 1610-16S9. First 
Sec. Providence Plantations, 
1639. Court of Commissioners, 
1656, Deputy, i665-'67. Council, 
King Philip's War. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 60. 
*Smalley, Bradley B., 162. 
Sherwood, Capt. Matthew, 1643- 
1715. French and Indian Wars- 
Ens., Conn. Militia, 1685, Lieut., 
1690. Capt., 1690. 

* Deceased. 



McCIintock, Emory, 150. 
Shippen, Edward, 1639-1712. A. & 
H. A. Co., 1669. Speaker of 
Assembly, 1695. Member Pro- 
vincial Council, Penn., 1696- 
1712. Dep.-Gov., 1703. Pres. 
Provincial Council, i702-'04. 

Canby, Caleb H., Jr., 166. 
Shippen, Col. Joseph, 1732-1810. 
Col. Penn. Troops, Provincial 
Army, French and Indian 
Wars. In Braddock's Expe- 
dition against Fort Duquesne. 
Capt., 1756. Brigadier-Major, 
1758. Lieut.-Col., 1759. 

Huidekoper, Frederic L., 141. 
Shotwell, John, 1658-1719. Capt. 
in Capt. August Graham's 
Richmond Co., N. Y., Militia, 
1715. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Silverwood, Joshua, 1654-1698. Im- 
pressed as a private in Capt. 
Daniel Henchman's Co. at 
Boston, Dec. 3, 1675, for King 
Philip's War. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

SiMKiNS, Nicholas, , Boston, 

Mass. First Capt. of the Castle, 
1634. Member of the A. & H. 
A. Co., 1650. 

Hammond, Samuel, 107. 

Tyler, Edward R., 125. 
Simmons, Moses, 1689, Plym- 
outh, Mass. Member of Dux- 
bury Military Co., 1643. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 

Skidmore, Thom.as, 1684. 

Agent of Gov. Winthrop in 
planting of Saybrook, 1635. 
One of Associates of Lan- 
caster, Mass., 1643. One of 
Patentees of Huntington, L. I., 
1666. Deputy from Hunting- 
ton, 1673. In service during 
King Philip's War. 

Smith, George W., 66. 

Skiff, James, 16S8, Sandwich, 

Mass. Deputy, 1645, et seq. 
Member Governor's Council. 

Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
Skinner Corp. John, 1637-1690, 
Hartford, Conn. Corp. in the 
Train Band. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Booth, Charles E., ii6. 
Sleght, Sergt. Cornelius Barent- 

SEN, 1671. Sergt. Military 

Co. which built Esopus Stock- 
ade. Member first Board Schep- 
ens, 1661. At Indian attack on 
Wiltwyck, 1663. 

Catlin, George de G., 45. 

Suydam, Walter L., 79. 

Weisse, Faneiiil S., 80. 

Slingerland, Cornelise, 1753. 

Served in frontier wars, Albany 
Co., N. Y., 16S9. 

Tyson, Malcolm V., 9S. 
Slye, Capt. Gerard, 1654-1703, St. 
Mary's Co., Md. Capt., St. 
Mary's Co. Militia, 1675. Com- 
mander at Fort Susquehannock. 
Member of Council of War, 
1676. Of the Quorum, St. 
Mary's Co. Court, 1679, and 
Chief Justice, 1680. High 
Sheriff of the County, iCyj-'jg. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Slye, Capt. Robert, 1615-1670. 
Commissioner, Prov. and Coun- 
cil of State, Md. Member As- 
sem.bly, St. Mary's Co. 

Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Smead, John, 1673-1720. Soldier 
in the Meadow Fight, Deer- 
field, Mass., Feb. 29, 1703, 
Queen Anne's War. 

Hedgcock, William E., 177. 
Smead, Willl^m, 1635-1704, North- 
ampton, Mass. In Falls Fight, 
under Capt. William Turner. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 

Smith, Arthur, 1655, Conn. 

In Pequot War. Deputy, 1643, 
'46. 

Hart, Richard H., 205. 
SiHTH, Benja.viin, 1687-1731. Priv- 
ate in Col. Thomas Farmer's 
N. J. Regt., 1715. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

Smith, Edward, 1675. Gov.'s 

Asst., R. I., 1654, et scq. Mem- 
ber of Council, 1658. Deputy, 
from Newport, 1655, ct seq. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 60. 

Smith, Rev. John, 1614 , Mass- 

and N. J. Member of Lieut. 
Thomas Dimmock's Co., Barn- 



stable, Mass., 1643. Deputy, 
N. J. Assembly, 1669, i67i-'72. 
Assistant, i670-'7i. 

Greve, Clifford, 177. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Smith, John, 1637-1676, Hadley, 
Mass. Soldier under Capt. 
William Turner, Falls Fight. 
Slain by the Indians at "Hat- 
field Meadow," May 30, 1676. 

Dickerman, William C., 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 

Smith, John, Jr., 1678 . In 

Capt. Noyes' Co. of Snowshoe 
Men, 1704. 

Bryant, W. Sohier, 45. 

Smith, Lieut. John, Jr., 1706, 

Reading, Mass, Deputy to the 
General Court, 1669. Lieut., 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 123. 

Smith, John, 1708, Dorchester 

and Sudbury, Mass. In King 
Philip's War under Major 
Willard, relief of Brookfield, 
1675 ; s'so under Major Richard 
Walderne, Capt. Samuel Wads- 
worth, Sudburv Fight, 1676; 
Capt. Turner, Falls Fight, 1676; 
Capt. John Cutter and Capt. 
Parker, 1676. 

Wood, Eric F., 68. 

Wood. \\'illiam B., 71. 
Smith, Capt. John, 1669-1744. 
Oyster River, Dover, N. H. 
Capt. of Co. at Oyster River. 
Held his garrison against the 
French and Indians at the 
Ovster River Massacre, 1694. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 
S.MiTH, Lieut. Philip, 1633-1684, 
Hadley, Mass. Lieut., Town 
Troop and Troop Hampshire 
Co., 167S. Deputy, i6So-'84. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 109. 
S.MITH, Richard (Bull S.mith), 

1692. 

This luas Richard Smith of 
Smilhtoivn, commonly called 
•'Ball" Smith. He ivas not a 
Major, and had no Colonial 
War service. "Bull" Smith 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Ik'ed at Southampton, L. I., and 
aftcrivards at Smitlitoii:n, whkh 
he founded. He died in i6q2. 
(Pelletreau's Smit/itoivn, pp. 
VII-X). 

Major Richard Smith lived 
at Karragansett. A full account 
of him luill be found in Austin's 
R. I. Genealogical Dictionary, 
p- l8s. He had interests in 
New Amsterdam and at New- 
toivn, L. I., and has been con- 
fused with "Bull" Smith. Major 
Richard also died in i6qi or 
i6g2, leaving no issue. 
Smith, Lieut. Samuel, Sr., 1602- 
16S0, Hadlev, Mass. "Antient 
Serjeant" at Wethersfield, Conn., 
and Deputy, i640-'6i. Lieut, of 
Hadley Troop, i66i-'78, and 
Deputy to General Court of 
Massachusetts Bay, i66i-'73. 
Commissioner to the Mohavrks, 
1667. 

Benton, Arthur B., 202. 

Dickerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 

Hawks, Frederick E., 107. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 

McClintock, Emory, 150. 

Smith, William W., 183. 

Stockbridge, Henrv, 3d, 97. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 
Smith, Samuel, 1644-1719. Mem- 
ber N. J. Assembly, 1709, '16, 
'18. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

Smith, Gov. Thomas, 1648 , 

South Carolina. Gov. S. Car- 
olina, 1690; also of N. and S. 
Carolina, 1693. 

Meredith, Philip T., 88. 
Smith, Hon. William, 1697-1769. 
Att>'.-Gen., i75i-'52. Member 
of Council, 1753-57. Deputy 
Prov. Council, 1754, and one 
of the Committee to draft the 
Bond of Alliance. Judge of 
the Supreme Court of the Pro- 
vince of N. Y., i763-'69. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 
Smith, Lieut. William, Cumber- 
land Co., Pa. Lieut, in Capt. 



Richard O'Cain's Co., Col. Ben- 
jamin Chamber's Regt., 1747- 
'48. 

Torrence, George P., 233. 
Snow, Nicholas, 1676. Ply- 
mouth Militia, 1643. Deputy 
from Eastham, Mass., 164S, et 
seq. 

Nickerson, Thomas W., 122. 

Smith, Dwight, 65. 
Snyder, Lieut. Johannes, 1720- 
1794, Kingston, N. Y. Lieut, of 
the First Co. of Militia, King- 
ston, 1756. Served in Old French 
War. 

Taylor, John M., 79. 
SouLE, George, i68o, Duxbury, 

Mass. In Lieut. William Holmes's 
Co., Pequot War. Represent- 
ative, 1645. 

Brown, Philip G., 231. 

Miller, Robert F., 178. 
Southworth, Gen. Constant, 1615- 
1679, Duxbury. In Pequot War, 
1637. Ens., Duxbury Co., 1646. 
Deputy twenty-two years. Lieut., 
1653. Deputy Treas. of Ply- 
mouth Colony. Member Coun- 
cil War, 1658. Commissioner 
for United Colonies, 1668. 
Commissary-Gen., King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Baker, George F., 147. 

Brown, Philip G., 231. 

Ravmond, Henrv W., 89. 

Smith, William' D. G., 157. 

Traphagen, Frank W., 205. 
Southworth, Capt. Thomas, 1616- 
1669, Plymouth. Lieut., 1648. 
Commander, i659-'69. Deputy, 
i65i-'53. Assistant, i652-'69. 
Commissioner for the United 
Colonies, i659-'62, '69. Gov. of 
Kennebec, 1654. 

Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 

Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Spencer, Isaac, 167S-1751. Dep- 
uty, Conn., 1734. 

Spencer, Selden, 179. 
Spencer, Ens. Jared, 1614-1685, 
Haddam, Conn. Commissioned, 
1656. In King Philip's War. 
Representative, 1674, ct seq. 

Clarke, Chauncey H., 176. 



394 



Ih'DEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Spencer, Selden, 179. 

Spencer, Sergt. Thomas, 1686. 

Under Major John Mason, Pe- 
quot War. 
Enders, John O., 133. 

Spencer, Lieut. William, 

1640. Lieut., Newtown (Cam- 
bridge), Mass., 1636. Deputy 
from Cambridge to Mass. Gen- 
eral Court, i634-'38. Deputy 
from Hartford to Conn. Gen- 
eral Court, 1639. One of the 
four founders of A. & H. A. Co. 
Primrose, John S., 78. 
Ward, Christopher L., 219. 

Sperry, Richard, , New 

Haven, Conn. Proprietor, 1685. 
Member of the "Night Watch." 
Lines, Harvey K., 77. 
Spofford (Spafford), John, 1648- 
1696, Rowley, Mass. In Capt. 
Prentice's Troop, Narragansett 
Campaign, King Philip's War, 
i675-'76. 
Geer, Walter, 53. 
Spofford, Capt. John, 167S-1735, 
Rowley, Mass. Prov. Forces, 
1721. 
Geer, Walter, 53. 
Sprague, Capt. John, 1627-1692, 
Maiden, Mass. Capt., 1685. 
Deput}', 1690. 
Sprague, Rufus W., 113. 
Spr.\gue, Jon.\than, 1648-1741, 
Hingham, Mass. and Provi- 
dence, R. L Depute', R. I., 
1695-1714. Speaker, 1703. Sol- 
dier in King Philip's War un- 
der Captains Henchman and 
Mosely. 
Sprague, George E., 113. 
Sprague, Lieut. Ralph, 1603-1650. 
Deputy for Charlestown, Mass., 
1635, c/ seg. Sergt. in Capt. 
Underbill's Co., 1634. Ensign 
for Charlestown, 1646. Lieut., 
1637-1641, 1647-1649. Member 
A. & H. A. Co., 1637. 
Green, Samuel S., iiS. 
Lea, James H., 120. 
Sprigg, Thcmas, 1630-1704. Fought 
against Nanticoke Indians prior 
to 1678. Commissioner for Cal- 
vert County, Md., 1661. Justice, 



i667-'69-'74. Presiding Justice, 
1674. Sheriff and High Sheriff, 
i663-'64. 

Wells, Walter A., 143. 
♦Woodward, James T., 72. 
Sprigg, Col. Tho.m.'^s, 1670-1736. 
Member of General Assembly 
of Md. from Prince George's 
Cour.tv, I7i3-'i5. Major, 1713. 
Lieut.-Col., 1715. Colonel, 1716. 

Duvall, Richard M., 98. 

Monnette, Mervin J., 198. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
St.\cy, Mahlon, 1704. Mem- 
ber of Assembly, N. J., 1681, 
ei seq; House of Representa- 
tives, 1697-1701. Member of 
Governor's Council, i6S2-'83. 
Member of Council of Propri- 
etors, 168S. 

Bancroft, Joseph, 217. 

Bancroft, Samuel, Jr., 217. 
Standish, Capt. Mvles, 15S4-1656. 
Signer of ">Jayflower Cora- 
pact." He received the first 
military commission given in 
this country. He had previously 
held a commission from Queen 
Elizabeth, and served in the 
Low Countries in aid of the 
Dutch. Assistant, 1624, et seq. 
Member of Council of \^'ar, 
Plymouth Colony. In 1649 ap- 
pointed General-in-Chief of all 
the companies in the Colonv. 

Allen, John J., 161. 

Allen, Marion S., i6i. 

Baker, George F., 147. 

Brooks, Frederick, 103. 

Copeland, Charles, 217. 

Crane, Roy E., 104. 

Hamilton, Henry DeW., 55. 
Standish, Thomas, 1612-1692, 
Wethersficld, Conn. In the 
Pequot War, 1637. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Stanley, Capt. Caleb, 1642-1718. 
Lieut., Conn. Militia, 1683. 
Capt., 1689. King William's 
War. Deputy, 1683, '84. Assist- 
ant, 1691-1700. 

Enders, John O., 133. 
Stanley, Thomas, 1663, Hart- 

* Deceased. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



ford, Conn. Deputy, Mass. Bay 
Colony, 1635, '43, '49. 
Short, John C, 182. 
St.^nley, Timothy, 1603-1648, Conn. 
Deputy, 1641, et seq. 
Enders, John O., 133. 

Stanton, Joseph, 1714. Soldier 

in King Philip's War. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 
Stanton, Thos., 1616-1677. Indian 
Interpreter to John VVinthrop 
the younger, in Conn., before 
Pequot War. In Pequot War, 
and rendered valuable services 
at Saybrook Fort. Indian In- 
terpreter to the General Court 
of Conn, in all controversies 
between the whites and In- 
dians. Deputy, 1666. 
Fox, xNoel B., 52. 
Palmer, Lucius N., 78. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Stanyan, Anthony, Haiiipton, N.H. 
Deputy, Mass., i654-'8o. Rep- 
resentative, N. H., 16S0, '84. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Starbuck, Edward, 1604-1690, Do- 
ver, N. H., and Nantucket, 
Mass. Representative, Dover, 
i643-'46. 
Rotch, William, 113. 
Stark, Capt. John, 1728-1822, Man- 
chester, N. H. Lieut, of Roger's 
Rangers, 1755. Capt., 1757. 
Winslow, Arthur, 115. 

Starr, John, 1704, Duxbury, 

Mass. Served under Capt. 
Samuel Wadsworth, 1676-7; in 
garrison at Mendon and Wren- 
tham, Ki.ng Philip's War. 
Westfall, John H., 115. 
Starr, Dr. Thomas, 1616-165S, 
Mass. Surgeon of Forces 
against Pequots. 
Dana, Richard T., 47. 
Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Stearns, Samuel, 1638-1683. In 
King Philip's War. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Stearns, Shubael, 1655-1734, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. King Philip's 



Wi 

Howard-Martin, Edmund 
Stearns, John N., Jr., 66. 



76. 



Stebbins, Lieut. Joseph, 1652-1728. 
Ensign, 1694. Lieut., 1707. 
Deputv, 1707, '17, '21. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 
Stebbins, Ensign Joseph, 1735-1794, 
Ridgefield, Conn. Ensign in 
the Sixth Co., Capt. Thomas 
Hobby, in Col. Nathan Whit- 
ing's Regt., Campaign of 1761, 
Old French War. 

Clark, Frederick H., 46. 
Stebbins!, Lieut. Tho.mas, 1620-1683. 
Lieut, in Capt. Turner's Co., 
Falls Fight, King Prilip's War. 

Allen, Oliver F., 42. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 

Westfall, John H., 115. 

Steele, John, 1665, Hartford, 

Conn. Deputy to the Massa- 
chusetts Genera! Court from 
Cambridge, 1635. One of eight 
Com.missioners appointed by 
the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts to govern the Connecti- 
cut Colony for one year from 
March 3, 1636. Secretary of 
the Connecticut Colony, 1636- 
39. Deputy to the Connecticut 
General Assembly, 1637, '39, 
'40-43, '45-4S. Member of the 
L'pper House, 1636-37, -when 
war was declared against the 
Pequots 

Morse, Glenn T., 121. 
Stein, Ens. John Abraham, Ens. 
in Capt. Caleb Grayden's Co., 
1st Battalion, Pa. Regt., com- 
manded by Hon. John Penn. 

Stein, Simon G., 179. 
Stelle, Benjamin, 1683-1759. Priv- 
ate in Col. Thomas Farmer's 
N. J. Regt., 1715. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Stetson, Cornet Robert, 1613-3703, 
Scituate, Plymouth Colony. Dep- 
uty, 1655 et seq. Council of 
War, 1661, '71, '81. Cornet, 
First Body of Plymouth Horse, 
1659. Press Master, 1675. 

Baker, George F., 147. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Stevens, Ens. Eras.mus, Marble- 



396 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



head, Mass. Ens. Co. of Foot, 
Capt. Samuel Ward, 1683. 
Bryant, W. Sohier, 44. 
Cox, John L., 91. 
Stevens, Sergt. Johx, 1611-1688/9. 
Sergt. of Salisbury Militia. 
Favor, Otis S., 170. 
Stewart, Willi.am, 1737-1802. 
Member Paxtang Volunteers, 
Wj-oming Vallev, Pa., 1770. 
Miller, Robert F.,'178. 
Stickney, Be-VJAmin, 1739-1801, 
Rowlev, Mass. Private in 
Capt. John Pearson's Troop of 
Horse, May 31, 1757. Clerk 
of the Co. 
Stickne)', William B. C, 162. 
Sticknev, Moses, 1677-1756. Priv- 
ate in Capt. Noyes' Co., North 
Regt., Essex, Mass. 
Clark, Byron N., 163. 
Sticknev, Lieut. William, 1592- 
1665. Ro'.vley, Mass., 1639. 
Lieut., 1661. 
Clark, Byron N., 163. 
Stiles, Ephraim, 1645-1714, Strat- 
ford, Conn. Deputv, i686-'96. 
Court of Elections,' 1695-1708. 
Committee of Safety-, Fairfield 
Co. 
Enos, Alanson T., 76. 
Stiles, Lieut. Jacob, 1737-1829, 
Lunenberg, Mass. Private, Re- 
lief of Fort William Henry, 
1758/9. Lieut, in Capt. Aaron 
Willard's Co., 1759. 
Stiles, James A., 114. 
Stillvvell, Lieut. Nicholas, 1612- 
1671. Organized a Troop in 
Va., 1644. Captured King 
Opechancanagh, successor to 
Powhatan. Lieut, under Capt. 
Martin Kregier, second Esopus 
War, 1663, Schepen, 1650, '51, 
'54. '55. 'S7- Schout of Graves- 
end, 1663. 
Wvckoff, Charles R., Jr., 72. 
Wyckoff, Clarence J., 73. 
Stillwell, Col. Richard, 1677- 
1758. Capt., 1713. Col., 1715. 
Commanded the Kings County 
Regt. from 1715 to 1757. Mem- 
ber of Assembly, i725-'27. 
Barnes, George E., 42. 



Stockton, Lieut. Richard, Flush- 
ing, N. Y., and Princeton, N. J., 
1606-1707. First Lieut., 1665. 
Flushing, L. L, Troop. 

McGrath, John, 183. 

Reed, Charles A. L., 182. 

Sheib, Samuel H., 97. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
Stockwell, Emmons, 1741-1819, 
Lancaster, N. H. Was one of 

Major Rogers's Rangers, . 

His first service in the French 
and Indian Wars was the 
means of obtaining his release 
from apprenticeship, the gov- 
ernment making this offer to 
youths bound out for service, 
to recruit the ranks. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 

Pearson, William H., 124. 

Stone, David, 1704. Trooper 

from Middlesex, Mass. King 
Philip's War. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Stone, Gregory, i 590-1 672, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Deputv, Mass. 
Bay Col., 1638. 

Heathfield, Herbert D., 107. 

Lea, James H., 119. 

Litchfield, \^'ilford J., 109. 

Wood, Eric F., 68. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
Stone, John, 1618-16S3, Cambridge, 
Mass. Deputyto General Court, 
i682-'83. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Stone, Deacon John, 1635-1691, 
Watertown, Mass. Soldier in 
King Philip's War. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 
Stone, Corp. John, 1663-1713, Lex- 
ington, Mass. Corporal, Lex- 
ington Military Co. 

Winship, William H., 127. 
Stone, Rev. Samuel, 1602-1663, 
Hartford, Conn. Chaplain, Pe- 
quot War, Capt. John Mason. 

Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Stone, Capt. Samuel, 1635-1715, 
Lexington, Mass. Trooper under 
Major Willard against Nini- 
gret, 1654. Capt., Lexington 
Co. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Heathfield, Herbert D., 107. 

Lea, James H., 120. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., yx. 
Stone, Samuel, 1656-1743, Con- 
cord, Mass. Under Capt. 
Prentice, King Philip's War. 
Wounded at Great Swamp 
Fight, 1675. In Capt. Thomas 
Brattle's Troop, Mt. Hope Ex- 
pedition, 1676. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Wood, William B., 71. 

Stout, Lieut. Joseph, R. N., 

1773. Lieut, in the British 
Navy, 1773. 

Hornor, William M., 91. 
Stowe (Stow), John, 1595-1643, 
Roxbury, Mass. A. & H. A. 
Co., 1638. Deputy, 1639. 

Farwell, John W., 117. 

Ketchum, Charles J., 119. 
Str.atton, Benjamin, 1665-1716. 
Private in Capt. Joseph See- 
ley's Company of Cumberland 
County, N. J., Militia, 1715. 

Gerald, Herbert P., 141. 

Stratton, John, 1691. Under 

Maj. Appleton, Narragansett 
Campaign, iSj^-'yS. 

Crossett, Frederick M., 47. 
Streeter, John, 1732-1810. In the 
Fourth Co., under Capt. and 
Major Nathan Payson, First 
Conn. Regt., Col. Phineas Ly- 
man, Campaign of 1755, French 
and Indian War. Also under 
Capt. and Lieut.-Col. John 
Payson, same Regt., Maj.-Gen. 
Phineas Lj-man, Campaign of 
1756, Crown Point E.xpedition. 

Wells, Frederick H., 68. 
Strong, Elder John, 1605-1699. 
Deputy, 1641, c? .s^j., Plymouth 
Colony. 

Bates, George B., 74. 

Bates, William G., 74. 

Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 

Hubbard, Phineas, loS. 

Ketchum, Charles J., 119. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 

Smith, William D. G., 158. 

Strong, Harry C, 191. 



Thompson, Royal W., 142. 

Westfall, John H., 115. 
Strong, Lieut. Return, 1640-1726, 
Windsor, Conn. Cornet of 
Troop, 16S9. Deputy, i689-'90. 
Lieut., 1692. 

Fstes, Webster C, 51. 
Strong, Samuel, 1652-1732. Wound- 
ed, captured and carried to 
Canada by Indians, Aug., 1711. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 
Strong, Thomas, 1630-1689. Under 
Major John Mason, 1658. 

Dent, Alfred B., 140. 
Strycker (Stryker), Capt. Jan, 
1615-1697. Member GreatLand- 
tag, New Amsterdam, 1664. 
Member Hempstead Conven- 
tion, 1665. Schepen, 1673. Capt. 
Military Co. at Midwout, L. I. 
Deputy, Great Conference at 
New Orange, 1674. 

Haines, John P., 54. 

Kellogg, George C, 58. 
Sumner, William, circ. 1604-1688, 
Dorchester, Mass. Deputy, 1658, 
el seq. Clerk of the Train 
Band, 1663. 

Jarves, Deming, 212. 

Nichols, Willard A., 202. 
Sunderland, John, 1618-1703, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Member A. & H. A. 
Co., 1658. 

Lea, James H., 120. 
Sutherland, Lieut. David, 1722- 
1794. Lieut., Militia Regt., 
Dutchess Co., Prov. of N. Y. 

Merritt, Alan D., 61. 
Sutton, Richard, 1736-1825, Ips- 
wich, Mass. In Capt. Thomas 
Peevor's Co., in the Regt. com- 
manded by Col. Brattle, Expe- 
dition against Crown Point, 
1755. and Quebec, 1760. 

Breed, George H., 103. 

Sutton, Eben, 97. 
SwAiNE (Swayne), Major Jere- 
.MiAH, 1 643-1 710, Reading, 
Mass. Wounded in Narra- 
gansett Fight. Lieut, and Capt. 
in King Philip's War. Major 
and Com.-in-Chief, Expedition 
against Kennebec and Eastern 



398 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Indians, 1689. Representative. 
Governor's Assistant. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 123. 
*Swain, Charles E., 114. 

Swain, William N., 114. 
SvvAiNE, Capt. Samuel, 1610-1682. 
Lieut., Conn. Colonial Forces, 
1663. Newark soldiers. Capt. 
Robert Treat, i667-'73. Capt., 
East Jersey Prov. Forces. Dep- 
uty, Conn., 1663. Deputy, and 
"Third Man," Provincial As- 
sembly of East Jersey, i673-'76. 

Haines, John P., 54. 

Murphy, Franklin, Jr., 149. 



SwAiNE, Willi. 
uty, Mass. 
Commissioner 
govern the 
Conn., 1636. 
Court, 1637. 



15S5-1664. Dep- 
Bay Col., 1636. 
to establish and 
new Colony of 
Asst., First Gen. 
Deputy, New 



Haven Col., i653-'57. 
Haines, John P., 54. 

Swan, Richard, 1678, Rowley, 

Mass. In King Philip's War 
and Expedition to Canada. 
Deputy, i666-'77. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
Pearson, William H., 123. 
Swan, Robert, 162S-169S, Haver- 
hill, Mass. In Great Swamp 
Fight, Lieut. Benjamin Swett's 
Co. 
Atwood, Luther, 102. 
SWETT, Capt. Benja.min, 1626-1677, 
Hampton, N. H. Ens. Newbury 
Co., 1651. Lieut, commanding 
militia in King Philip's War. 
Capt., 1677. Killed by Indians 
at Scarborough. 
Morrell, George C, ui. 
Tyler, Edward R., 126. 
SwsTT, Stephen, 1620 . New- 
bury, Mass. Member Maj. 
Samuel Appleton's Co., King 
Philip's War. 
Richardson, William S., 112. 

Swift, William, 1644. In 

Lieut. John Blackmer's Co., 
Sandwich, Mass., 1643. 
Swift, George D., 191. 
Swor ds, Lie ut. Thomas, 1738-1780. 

♦Deceased. 



Ensign in 55th Regt. of Foot, 
under Gen. Abercrombie, 1756. 
At Fort Ticonderoga and pro- 
moted to a Lieutenancy on the 
field. Also served at Fort 
George and other important 
points. 

Blye, Joseph N., 43. 

Rogers, Edward K., 64. 
Symcock, John, 1629/30-1702. Mem- 
ber of Provincial Council of 
Pa., 16S3, et seq. One of the 
five Commissioners appointed 
by William Penn to govern the 
Province of Pa., 1688. Speaker 
of Pa. Assembly, 1696. Presi- 
dent of the Provincial Council, 
1686. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
Symonds, Dep.-Gov. Samuel, 1595- 
1678, Ipswich, Mass. Deputy, 
i638-'43. Asst., i643-'73. Dep.- 
Gov., i673-'78. 

Dickerman, William C, 49. 

Eaton, Frederick H., 50. 

Kellogg, George C, 58. 

Merrill, John L., 150. 

Woodin, William H., 72. 
Tainter, Joseph, 1613-1689/90. 
Served with three of his sons 
in King Philip's War. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 
Talcott, John, 1600-1660, Mass. 
and Conn. Deputy, Mass., 1634- 
'36. Conn., 1st General Court, 
ifi37-'54- Assistant, i65_4-'6o. 
Treas., i652-'6o. Comissioner, 
i656-'58. 

Holcombe, John M., 136. 
Talcott, Lieut.-Col. John (Jr.), 
1620-168S. Ens., 1650. Capt., 
1660. Sergt.-Maj. Conn. Col. 
Troops, 1672. Maj., 1673. Com- 
mander-in-Chief, Colony of 
Conn., 1673. Lieut.-Col. Dutch 
Restoration, King Phillip's War, 
1675. Gov.'s Asst. and Treas- 
urer, i662-'76. Asst., i678-'87. 
Council, 1663, et see/. Commis- 
sioner for United Colonies, 
1663, et seq. 

Clephane, Alan O., 140. 

Holcombe, John M., 137. 

Meyer, Blakeman Q., 61. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Tate, Ens. Magnus, 1732-1808. 
Ens. in the Va. Militia during 
French and Indian Wars, 1758. 
Tate, Magnus A., 183. 
Tai-lor, Asa, Sr., Narragansett, 
Mass. In Capt. Asa Whit- 
comb's Co. of Col. Bagley's 
Regt, 1757, reduction of Can- 
ada. In service, 1758 and '59. 
Ta3lor, Lloyd B., 167. 
Taylor, Col. George, 1711-1792. 
Col. of Regt. of Va. Colonial 
Troops under Gov. Dinwiddie, 
1755. Orange Co. Committee 
of Safety of 1774. Member of 
Va. Convention of 1775. Mem- 
ber House of Burgesses of Vir- 
ginia, 1748 to 1758. 
Jacob, Donald R., 194. 
Jacob, John I., 194. 
Taylor, James, 1713, Marl- 
boro, Mass. In King Philip's 
War. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Taylor, Ca?t. Othniel, 1719-1788. 
Capt. of Charlemont, Mass., 
Militia Co. Commanded Fort 
at Charlemont during French 
and Indian War. Seret., 1756. 
Pollock, Edwin T., 203.' 
Temple, Abraham, 1652-1739. In 
Capt. Nathaniel Davenport's 
Co., 1675. 
Temple, Herbert M'., 191. 
Ten- Broeck, Major Dirck Wes- 
SELS, 1638-1717. Major, 1688. 
Dispatched to Canada. Served 
under Gen. Winthrop, Cana- 
dian Expedition, 1690. Mayor 
of Albany, 1696-98. Commis- 
sioner Indian Affairs, 1691. 
Major, 1700. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 
Van Schaick, Harrison L., 16S. 

Ten Broeck, Capt. John, 

1790. Capt., N. J. Militia, 1759- 
'62. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Ten Broeck, Lieut. Wessels, 1636- 
1704. Ambassador to Canada 
under Gov. Dongan. Commis- 
sary, 1689. Lieut, of Foot Co., 
1700. 



Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 

Ten Eyck, Corp. Coenraet, 

1687. LanceCorp. 3d Co., Burg- 
her Corps, New Amsterdam. 
Innis, Hasbrouck, 76. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Sanford, George D., 64. 
Ten Eyck, Lieut. Hendrick. Lieut, 
of Foot, King William's War, 
1689. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Ten Eyck J.icob. Served in Capt. 
Johannes Shepmoes' Hurley 
Co., 1715. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Tenney, Daniel, 1653-1748, Row- 
ley, Mass. In Capt. Samuel 
Brocklebank's Co., King Phil- 
ip's War. 
Dutton, Leland T., 50. 
Tenney-, Ens. Thomas, 1614-1700, 
Bradford, Mass. Sergt. and 
Ens. of Rowley Foot Co., 1677. 
Dutton, Leland T., 49. 
Thatcher (Thacher), Colonel 
John, 1639-1713, Yarmouth, 
Plymouth Colony. Ensign of the 
Yarmouth Military Company, 

1674. In King Philip's War, 

1675. Commanded sixth expe- 
dition sent to pursue the Indian 
Totoson. Lieutenant, i65i. 
Member of the Council of War, 
1681. Captain, 1685. Major, 
1697. Colonel, 1697-1704. Dep- 
ut>', 1668-71, '73-74, '76, '78-So. 
Representative, i692-'93. Asst., 
1682-86, '89-'9i. Councillor, 
1694-1707. 

Eldridge, Daniel G., 105. 

Eldridge, Edric, 117. 

Sprague, Frank W., 125. 
Thatcher. ( Thacher), Peter, 1665- 
1736, Yarmouth, Plymouth Col- 
ony. Councillor, 1729-31. Judge, 
Court of Comon Pleas, 1729- 
'31- 

Sprague, Frank W., 125. 
Thaxter, Capt. John, 1626-1687, 
Hingham, Mass. Ens., 1675. 
Lieut. 1664, under Capt. Hud- 
son. Capt. against the Dutch 
at N. Y. Capt. of Cavalry. 
Deputy, i666. 



r\'DEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Brown, Philip G., 231. 

Scott, Henry E., 113. 
Thaxter, Col. Samuel, 1665-1740, 
Hingham, Mas?. Col., 1725. 
Deputy, 1697, et seq. Asst. 
Member of Council. Commis- 
sioner on the Canadian Em- 
bassy, 1724. 

Porter," Alexander S., Jr., 124. 

Scott, Henry E., 113. 
Tha.xter, Major Samuel, 1723- 
1771, Hinghara, Mass. Capt. 
in Col. Gridley's Regt., Crown 
Point Expedition. French and 
Indian Wars, 1755. Major, 
1756. Fort William Henry. 

Scott, Henry E., 113. 
Thomas, Christopher. Member of 
ist and 2nd Assemblies of Md-, 
i637-'38. 

Williamson, Thomas W., 97. 

Thomas, Corkelius, 1775. 

Member Va. House of Bur- 
gesses, I76i-'7i. 

Thomas, John L., 179. 
Thomas, Capt. N.athaniel, 1610- 
1674, Ens., Plymouth Colony, 
under Capt. Myles Standish, 
1640. Lieut., 1643. Capt., 1644. 
Pequot War. 

Thompson, Henry B., 217. 
Thomas, Capt. Nathaniel, 1643- 
1718, Marshfield, Mass. Repre- 
sentative, 1672, et seq. Capt. 
King Philip's War. Gov.'s 
Council. 

Weld, George F., 126. 
Thomas, Lieut. Philip, 1600-1675, 
Maryland. Lieut, of Provincial 
Forces prior to 1655. High 
Commissioner governing Md., 
i656-'58, and one of those effect- 
ing the surrender of the Pro- 
vince to Lord Baltimore, 1658. 

Boogher, Frank, 174. 

Boogher, Howard NL, 174. 

Boogher, John H., 174. 

Boogher, Lawrence, 175. 

Carleton, Murray, 175. 

Duvall, Richard 'M., 98. 

Muncaster, Steuart B., 142. 

Wells, Walter A., 143. 

•Woodward, James T., 72. 
Thomas, William, 1573-1651, 



Marshfield, Mass. Gov's. Ass't., 
Plymouth Colony, 1642, '43, '44, 
'47, '51. Member of Council of 
War. Deputy, 1640, '44. 

♦Greene, Charles A., 150. 

Thompson, Henry B., 217. 
Thompson, Anthony, 1612-1647. 
Signer of "Compact" with Gov. 
Eaton and Rev. John Daven- 
port, at New flaven, 1639. 
Soldier in Indian Troubles, 
1642. 

Merritt, Alan D., 6i. 

Thompson, Royal W., 142. 
Thompson, Ensign John, 1667-1749. 
Ensign of Mendon, Mass., Co., 
1718. Sergt., I7i5-'i7. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Thompson, Capt. Samuel, 1669- 
1749, New Haven, Conn. Lieut, 
and Capt. of First Co. Dep- 
uty, 1716. 

Thompson, Royal W., 143. 
Thornton, Francis, 1682-1752. 
Member of Va. House of Bur- 
gesses from Spottsylvania Co., 
1723-1726. 

Meriwether, Willliam W., 178. 

Thornton, Ens. Timothy, 1646- 

1726, Boston. Ens. Boston Co., 

1689. Ens. A. & H. A. Co., 

1691. Representative, i694-'95. 

Emery, George A., 230. 
Throckmorton, John, 1631-1687. 
One of the original proprietors 
Providence Plantation. Dep- 
uty, i664-'74. 

Topham, Theophilus, 225. 
Thruston, Rev. Charles Mynn, 
i733-:Si2. Lieut, of Va. Pro- 
vincial troops under Washing- 
ton, at Fort Duquesne, Old 
French War. 

Ballard, Charles T., 194. 

Ballard, Samuel T., 194. 

Thruston, Rogers C. B., 195. 

Thurston, Daniel, 1693, 

Newbur)', Mass. Under Capt. 
Samuel .Appleton, King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Thurston, John H., 114. 

Watson, Irving A., 156. 
Thurston, _ Edward, 1617-1707, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Rhode Island. Commissioner, 
1663. Deputy, 1667, et seg. 
Gov.'s Asst., 1675, ^' ■s^?- 
Lawton, Daniel L., 60. 
Thurston, Theodore P., 191. 
Thurston, Johx, 1635-1712, Med- 
field and Dedham, Mass. In 
King Philip's War. Represent- 
ative, 1697, 1702. 
Hicks, Lewis W., 118. 

TiLDEN, Ens. Joseph, • 1670. 

Served in the Scituate Military 
Co., and was appointed Ensign 
of that Co. by the General 
Court of Plymouth Colony, 
June 29, 1652. 
Rogers, Arthur R., 190. 
Rogers, George H., 191. 
TiLESTON, Lieut. Timothy, 1637- 
1697, Dorchester, Mass. Dep- 
uty, i689-'92. In Capt. Wads- 
worth's Co., under Maj.-Gen. 
Winslow, King Philip's War. 
Ens., 1689. Lieut., 1694. 
Willcutt, Levi L., 126. 
TiLGHMAN, Matthew, 171S-1790. 
Member of Md. Assembly, 
1751, et seq. 
Brice, Fhilip H., 91. 
Tilghman, Richard, 1672-1738. 
Member of Md. Assembly, 
1698-1702. Member of Govern- 
or's Council, 1711-1738. 
Brice, Philip H., 91. 
Tilghman, William, 1711-1782. 
Member of Md. Assembly, 
1734-1738. 
Brice, Philip H., 91. 

Tilley, John, 1621. Under 

Myles Standish in first en- 
counter with the Indians at 
Great Meadow Creek, Dec. 8th, 
1620, three days before the 
landing of the Pilgrims. 
Brown, John B., 74. 
Brvant, Percv, 75. 
Eldridge, Edric, 117. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 55. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 
Morrell, George C, iii. 
Reed, Latham G., 78. 

TiLLSoN, Edmund, 1699. In 

Plymouth Military Co., 1643. 
Monnette, Orra E., 199. 



Tingley, Benjamin, 1741-1828. 
Soldier in French and Indian 
War. 

Dexter, Theodore E., 222. 

Tinkham, Sergt. Ephraim, 

1685. Sergt. in Lieut. John 
Tomson's Co. in the Garrison 
at Middleborough, Mass., at the 
outbreak of King Philip's War, 
1675. 

Talbot, Archie L., 231. 

TiSDALE, John, 1675, Taunton, 

Plymouth Col. Deputy, 1674. 
Killed by Indians, 1675. 

Gardner, John C. F., 53. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

TiTcoMB, William, 1676, 

Newbury, Mass. Deputy, 1655. 

Clark, Byron N., 163. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 123. 
Titus, Capt. Francis. Capt. of 
Kings County, N. Y., Militia, 
1715. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Tolman, Thomas, 1633-1718, Dor- 
chester, Mass. In King Philip's 
War, under Thomas Swift. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 123. 
Tower, John, i 609-1702. Of To%v- 
er's Garrison House, King 
Philip's War. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 
ToivNE, Ens. Jacob, 1632-1704, 
Topsfield, Mass. Ens., 1687- 
1704. 

Hicks, Lewis W., 118. 
Townley, Col. Richard, 1628-1711. 
Capt. Elizabeth Town Train 
Band, 1686. Col. before 1690. 
Took part in defeat and ar- 
rest of Gov. Leisler, 1690. 
Member of Gov. Lord Neill 
Campbell's Council, East Jer- 
sey, 1 68 6. Member of Gov. 
Fletcher's Council, N. Y., 1692. 

Elliman, Lawrence B., 51. 

Haines, John P., 54. 

Parrot, George T., 149. 

Tozier (Tozer), Richard, 

1675, Kittery, Me. Served un- 
der Capt. John Wincoll, King 
PhiIip'^ War. Killed by the 
Indians, Oct. 16, 1675. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Fall, George H., io6. 
Tracy, Isaac, 1706-1779, Norwich, 
Conn. Deputy, I7^.i-'j$. 

Brewer, Arthur H., 1^6. 
Tracy, John, 1642-1702. Norwich, 
Conn. Deputy, 1694, '97i '99> 
1701. 

Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 
Tracy, Lieut. Jonathan, 1646-1711, 
Preston, Conn. Lieut, of Preston 
Train Band, 1690. Deputy from 
Preston to the General Assem- 
bly, Hartford, Conn., 1699-1700. 
Deputy to the General Court, 
1710. 

Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
Tracy, Lieut. Thomas, 1610-1685, 
Norwich, Conn. Ens. ist Co. 
Militia, Conn., 1666. Lieut., 
New London Co. Dragoons, 
1672. Member of General 
Court. Commissary, King Phil- 
ip's War. Deputy, 1662, et seq. 

Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 

Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 

Parker, Calvin D., 210. 
Trask, Capt. William, 1587-1666, 
Salem, Mass. Capt., 1652, ct 
seq. Commanded Salem Co. in 
Expedition under Col. John 
Endicott, 3rd Mass. Regt., 
against Pequot Indians, 1637. 
Representative, i635-'37, '39. 

Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 

Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Tre.w, Lieut. James, 1634-1709, 
Wethersfield, Conn. Trooper 
Indian War, 1658. Gov.'s Coun- 
cil 

Smith, Howard C, 79. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 67. 
Tre.\t, Hon. Richard, 1584-1669, 
Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy, 
i637-'44, for Wethersfield Co. 
Asst., i657-'65. Patentee under 
Charles II. Charter, 1662. Gov. 
John Winthrop's Council, 1663- 
'65. 

Hart, Richard H., 205. 

Moffat, R. Burnham, 78. 

Morse, Glenn T., 121. 

Root, Cyrus, 144. 

Smith, Howard C, 79. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 



Thompson, Royal W., 142. 

Treat, James W., 179. 
Treat, Gov. Robert, 1622-1710, 
Milford, Conn. Lieut., 1654. 
Capt., 1661. Commanding at 
Great Swamp Fight. Maj. com- 
manding Conn. Troops, Hadley 
and Springfield, 1673. Dep.- 
Gov., i676-'82. Appointed Gov., 
16S3. In the encounter with the 
Indians at Bloody Brook, Sept. 
18, 1675, his arrival on the 
scene of action with the Conn. 
Forces turned the tide. Col., 
1687. 

Boyd, Robert M., Jr., 147. 

Smiih, Stephen M., 149. 
Tredwell, Benjamin, Jr., 1735- 
1830, Hempstead, N. Y. Sur- 
geon on privateer-ship "Her- 
cules," commanded by Capt. 
Samuel Bayard, on a voyage 
against the French, 1756. 

Van Nostrand, Benjamin T., 68. 

Tredwell, Capt. Thomas, 

1722. Capt. of Militia, Hemp- 
stead, Queens County, N. Y., 
1715. 

Van Nostrand, Benjamin T., 68. 
Tripp(e), John, 1610-1678. Com- 
missioner, 1655. Deputy, 1648, 
et seq. Asst., 1670, et seq. 

Banks, Warren S., 42. 

Burlingame Edwin A., 225. 

Stone, Charles P., Jr., 66. 
Trowbridge, Lieut. Thom.'vs, 1632- 
1702. New Haven Troop, Capt. 
William Rosewell, King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Dwight, Frederick, 75. 

Trowbridge, Rutherford, 135. 
TucKERMAN, JoHN, 1655-1735, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Under Captains 
Henchman and Wadsworth in 
King Philip's War. 

Tuckerman, Bayard, 6-'. 
TurPER, Thomas, Sr., 1578-1676, 
Sandwich, Mass. Founder of 
town, 1637. Capt. and Mem- 
ber of Council of War. Deputy, 
1644, et seq. 

Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
TuppER, Thomas, Jr., 1637-1706, 
Sandwich, Mass. Capt. Barn- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



stable Co., 1690. Deputy, Ply- 
mouth Col., 1679. Deputy, 
Mass., 1692. 
Chilcott, Langdon S., 229. 
TuRCK, Lieut. Paulus. Lieut., 16S9. 
Lieut, of Foot, New York, King 
William's War. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

Turner, Humphrey, 1673, 

Scituate, Mass. Representative, 
Plymouth Col., 1640, et seq. 
Private in Military Co. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Bicknell, George A., 43. 
Brovrn, Philip G., 231. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Turner, Elder John. Member of 
Military Co. of Scituate, 1643. 
Baker, Alfred L., 170. 

Turner, John, . One of 

eight men from the town of 
Scituate, Mass., in expedition 
against the Narragansetts, 1645. 
Wood, Eric F., 70. 
Tuttle, C.-\pt. John, 1646-1720, 
Dover, N. H. Representative, 
1692, i69?-i70i, 1707. Lieut., 
King William's War, 1689/90. 
Capt., 1692. Member of the 
Council of War, 1707. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Tuttle,Willi.\m, 1609-1673. Served 
on the Night Watch at New 
Haven, 1646. 
Dwight, Frederick, 76. 
Enos, Alanson T., 76. 
Gould, Charles J., 54. 
Lines, Harvey K., 77. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Tuttle, Henry S., 180. 
Tyler, Lieut. Moses, 1722-1804, 
Attleboro, Mass. Lieut, in Capt. 
Jacob Ide's Co., 1771. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Ty"LER, Samuel, i655-i695,Andover, 
Mass. In King Philip's War. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Tyler, Capt. Samuel, 1695-1780, 
Attleboro, Mass. Representa- 
tive, i747-'49- Capt., 1757. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 

Tyno, Capt. William, 1653, 

Boston and Braintree, Mass. 
Capt. of Militia at Braintree. 



A. & H. A. Co., 1638. Ens., 
1640. Treasurer of Colony, 
i640-'44. Commissioner New 
England Colonies, 1643. Dep- 
uty from Boston, i639-'43, '47. 
From Braintree, i649-'5i. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 

Underbill, Capt. John, 1600-1672. 
Officer, A. & H. A. Co. In 
Pequot War. Gov. of Exeter 
and Dover, N. H., 1641. Led 
the Dutch Troops against the 
Siraaroy Indians, 1644. 

Elliman, Lawrence B., 50. 

Townsend, Edwin S., 67. 

Townsend, Isaac H., 67. 
UpHAM, John, 1600-1681, Wey- 
mouth and Maiden, Mass. 
Deputy, i636-'39. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., 109. 

Upham, Henry W., n4. 
Upham, Lieut. Phineas, 1635-1676, 
Maiden, Mass. Lieut, in Capt. 
Wayte's Co., King Philip's 
War. Lieut. 4th Mass. Co. 
under Capt. Isaac Johnson, in 
the Great Swamp Fight, 1675. 
After Capt. Johnson was shot 
took command until wounded. 
Died from effect of his wounds 
in Oct., 1676. 

Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 

Trumbull, Frank, 67. 

Upham, Henry W., 114. 
Upham, Phineas, 1659- 1720, Mai- 
den, Mass. Deput)-, I70i-'o2, 
•05, 'i6, '18. 

Upham, Henry W., 114. 

Van Benschoten, Ensign Elias, 

1679 . Ensign in Capt. 

Wessel Ten Broeck's Ulster 
Co. Company, Canada Expedi- 
tion, 1711. 
Helmuth, William T., 55. 

Van Brugh, Capt. Johannis Piet- 
erszen. Corp. Blue Flag Co., 
Burgher Corps, i652-'53. New 
Amsterdam. Prest. of the 
Bench, 1662. Provincial Envoy 
to Amsterdam, 1664. Burgo- 
master, i673-'74. Capt., New 
Orange, i673-'74. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Delafield, John R., 48. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Van Brugh, Capt. Peter, 1666- 
1740. Mayor of Albany, N. Y., 
1699-1700, 1720-1723. Member 
of Assembly, 1705, ft seq. Capt. 
at Fort Orange, 1715-1722. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 
Van Buskirk, Lourens Andriessen, 
1694- Appointed mem- 
ber of Governor's Council, 
N. J., Mar. i8, 1672, and served 
many years. 

Foillon, Arthur, 63. 

Foillon, V.'illiam, 63. 
Van Cortlandt, Col. Oloff Stev- 
ENSEN, 1 600-1 684, New Amster- 
dam. One of the eight men to 
adopt measures against the 
Indians, 1645. Col., Burgher 
Corps, 1649, '55-'64. Burgo- 
master, New Amsterdam, 1655, 
'56, '58, '60, '62, '63. Schepen, 
1654. Commissioner to settle 
boundaries between New Neih- 
erland and New England, 1663. 
Commissioner to surrender 
New Netherland to the Eng- 
lish, 1664. 

Hunt, Ridgely, Jr., 58. 

Runk, Louis B., S9. 

Vander Veer, Edgar A., 80. 
Van Cortlandt, Col. Stephanus, 
1643-1710. Kings Co. Regt., 
i67i-'93. Member King's Coun- 
cil, 1680-1700. 

Schuyler, Philip Van R., 65. 
Van Couwenhove::, Capt. Jacob 
WoLFERTSE. One of the "Nine 
Men," i647-'58. Capt. ofBurg- 
hery in Netherland. 

Weisse, Faneuil S., 80. 
Van Couwenhoven, Wolfert 

Gerretse, 1662. One of 

the "Eight Men"; also one of 
the "Twelve Men" under Gov. 
Kieft, i643-'44. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 

McKesson, Irving, 78. 

V.'eisse, Faneuil S., 80. 
Vander Levden, Matthl^s. Mem- 
ber of Md. Assembly, 1709, '13, 
'15, '16. 

Brice, Philip H., 91. 



Van de Water, Evert, 1714- 

Quartermaster of a Troop of 
Horse of a Regt. of Militia in 
New York City in 1700, and 
again in 1702 on the arrival 
of Lord Cornbury. 
Hance, William W., 148. 
Van Gelder, Johannes. Musketeer 
in Fort in New York, June 12, 
16S9. 
Haines, John P., 54. 
Hoppins, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 57. 
Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Van iMCRoci-', Dr. Gysbert G., 

1665. Surgeon in Esopus 

V.'ar. Member of Court at 
Wildwyck. 
Elliman, Lawrence B., 50. 
Van Rensselaer, Capt. Hendrick, 
1667-1740. Capt. 2d Co. Manor 
of Rensselaerwyck, 1717. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Van Rensselaer, Col. Jere.mi.w, 
1632-1674. The 2d Patroon. 
Member Colonial Assembly, 
and Speaker, 1664. Col. Mil- 
itia. 
Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Vander Veer, Edgar A., 80. 
Van Rensselaer, Lieut.-Col. Kil- 
lian, 1663-1719. Second Lord 
and 4th Patroon of the Manor 
of Rensselaerwyck. Capt. Al- 
bany Co. Militia, defence of 
Schenectady, 1693. Member 
of Assembly. Member of Pro- 
vincial Council, N. Y., 1693- 
1719. 
Schuyler, Philip Van R., 65. 
Van Schaick, C.ipt. Anthony,i682- 
175-. Commissioned Lieut, by 
Gov. Hunter, 1717. Commis- 
sioned Capt. of the "Manor of 
Rensselaerwyck" by Gov. Bur- 
net, Oct. 26, 1725. Served in 
Indian V>'ars. Held prisoner 
bv the French in Quebec. 
Van Schaick, Arthur P., 168. 
Van Schaick, Capt. Anthony, 
1721-1782. Commissioned Capt. 
bv Gov. Shirley, June 23, 1755. 
Van Schaick, Arthur P., 168. 
Van Schaick, Anthony Sybrant, 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1681-1737. Commissioned Cor- 
net by Gov. Hunter, 1717. 
Served in French and Indian 
Wars, Albany, N. Y. 

Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 
Van Schaick, Capt. Goosen Ger- 

RITSE, 1676. Lieut., Albany 

troops, 1670. Capt., 1676. Magis- 
trate, Fort Orange, 1648, et seq. 

Delaireld, Edward C, 47. 

Delafield, John R., 48. 

Tyson, Malcolm V., 98. 

Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt S., 80. 

Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 

Van Schaick, Harrison L., 168. 

Wurts, Pierre J., 72. 
Van SchoenderwoerdTj Hon. Rut- 
GER Jacobsen, 1665. In- 
dian Commissioner. 

Fox, Noel B., 52. 

Mickle-Saltonstall, Andrew H., 
79- 
Van Schuyler. (See Schuyler.) 
Van Slichtenhorst, Brant _ Ar- 
entse, 1610-1668. First Resident 
Director of Colony of Rensse- 
laerwyck, i646-'48. Commander 
of Fort at Rensselaerwyck. 

Parker, Charles V^^, 151. 

Robbins, Le Roy K., 178. 

Vander Veer, Edgar A., 80. 
Van Suydam, Lieut. Rick, 1675- 
1741, Flatbush, L. I. In service 
against all enemies, pirates or 
rebels, on land or sea, 1715. 

Weisse, Faneuil S., So. 

Van Tui"L, Abraham, 1735. 

Private under Lieut. Jacob 
Corsen, North Company, Rich- 
mond County Militia, N. Y., 
1715. 

Poillon, Arthur, 63. 

Poillon, William, 63. 
Van Wie, Hendricksee Gerritsee, 

i69r. Soldier, Expeditioln 

to Canada, 1690. Wounded at 
La Prairie. 

Isham, Norman M., 223. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 60. 
Varnum, Maj. Joseph, 1672-1749. 
Representative from Dracut, 
i72i-'22. Capt., 1721/22. Major, 
1722/23. 

Gage, Herbert E., 



106. 



Vaughan, George, 1622-1694. In 
Capt. John Tomson's Co. in 
the garrison at Middleborough, 
Mass., at outbreak of King 
Philip's War, 1675. 
Talbot, Archie L., 231. 
Vaughan, George, 1650-1704, Dep- 
ut>, 1684, '98, '99, 1704. Served 
in a cavalry company, 1687. 
Burlingame, Edwin A., 225. 
Vermilye, Isaac, 1601-1676. Com- 
manded Harlaera Volunteers 
in Expedition to Esopus, 1663. 
Hatchings, De V/itt V., 198. 
VermilyEj Johannes, 1632-1696. 
Member Gov. Leisler's Coun- 
cil, 1690. 
Dos Passos, Louis H., 75. 
Hutchings, De Witt V., 198. 
Ver Planck, Abraham Isaacsen, 

1 680. One of the "Twelve 

Men," 1641. 
Fox, Noel B., 52. 
Van Schaick, Arthur P., 167. 
Ver Planck, Ensign Philip, 1695- 
1771. Ens. Col. A'etch's Regt., 
Mass. Colonial Forces, 1711. 
Commissioner to Six Nations, 
1746. Commissioner for forti- 
fications, 1755. Member N. Y. 
Provincial Assembly, i734-'68. 
Ver Planck, Edward D., 114. 
Vincent, John, Lynn and Sand- 
wich, Mass. Deputy to Gen- 
eral Court, 163S, ct seq. 
McGrath, John, 1S3. 
Vinton, Blaise, 1654-1716. Soldier 
in King Philip's Vv^ar. 
Benkard, Harry H., 43. 
Von Kronenschildt, Dr. Johann 

K.asper Richter 171 1, 

Salem, Mass. Surgeon on 
privateer "Dolphin," 1694. 
Hammond, Samuel, 107. 

Wade, Capt. Jonathan, 1637-1689, 
Ipswich, Mass. Capt. of Three 
County Troop, King Philip's 
War. 
Clark, Byron N., 163. 

Wadleigh, Capt. Robert, 1702, 

Exeter, N. H. Deputy, i6So-'8i. 
Councillor, i682-'83. 
Atwood, Luther, 102. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Wadsworth, John-, 1689, 

Farmington, Conn. Commis- 
sioner of United Colonies to 
meet at Plymouth to dispose of 
lands, etc., after the Indian 
Wars, 167S. 
Root, Cyrus, 14-j. 
W.-MNWRIGIIT, Francis, 1609-1692. 
In Pequot War. Bloodv Brook, 
King Philip's War. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Wait, Sergt. Benjamin, 1647-1704. 
Under Capt. Turner, Falls 
Fight, King Philip's War. Re- 
lief of Deerfisld, and slain in 
the Meadow Fight. 
Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Waite, Capt. John, 1618-1693, Mai- 
den, Mass. Deputy, i666-'84. 
Speaker, 16S4. Ens., Maiden 
Train Band, 1651. Lieut., 1654. 
Capt., i662-'S4. Led detach- 
ment of soldiers to Marlbor- 
ough, 1675, and served subse- 
quently in Maj. Pynchon's com- 
mand. King Philip's War. 
Baker, Alfred L., 170. 
Clarke, Charles E. F., 47. 
Lea, James H., 120. 
Waite, Capt. Samuel, 1680-1740, 
Maiden, Mass. Representa- 
tive, i735-'36. Capt. 
Baker, Alfred L., i7o. 
Wakeman, Capt. John, 1598/99- 
1661, Conn. Signer New Haven 
Compact, 1639. Deputy, 1641, 
et sea., New Haven Col. Capt. 
of Colonial Forces. Treasurer, 
i655-'6o. 
Haines, John P., 54. 
Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 
Holcombe, John M., 136. 
Wakeman, Capt. Joseph, 1670- 
1726. Lieut., 1704. Capt., 1708. 
Committee of War, 1709. Asst, 
I724-'25. 
Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 
Waldo, Daniel, 1657-1737, Pom- 
fret, Conn. Deputy, 1720. Per- 
formed mounted guard duty 
against the Indians at Dun- 
stable, . Performed garri- 



son dutv at Chelmsford, Mass., 
1691/2. 

Kent, Daniel, 119. 
Waldron, Resolved, 1613-1690. 
Commissioner to Md. to vindi- 
cate the Dutch title on the 
Delaware. One of the Night 
Watch, 1675. 

Hargitt, Robert P., 1S2. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 60. 
Walker, Israel, 164S-1694. Pri- 
vate in Mass. Troops. Called 
Ensign. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 
Walker, Capt. Richard, 1592-1687. 
Reading and Lynn, Mass. Dep- 
uty, 1640, et seq. Lieut, defend- 
ing Lynn, 1632. Ens., 1637. 
Pequot War. Capt., 1656. Mem- 
ber of the A. & H. A. Co., 
i622-'38. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

Pollock, Edwin T., 203. 
Walker, Capt. Samuel, 1615-1684, 
Woburn, Mass. Capt. of Wo- 
burn Co. At Black Point with 
Capt. Scottow, 1677, King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Monnette, Orra E., 199. 

Swan, Reuben S., 125. 

Wellington, Jonas F., 114. 
Walker, Capt. Samuel, 1655-1712. 
Cornet, Lieut., and Capt. Un- 
der Major William Bradford, 
King Philip's War. Deputy, 
Plymouth, Mass., 1705. 

Brown, John B., 75. 
Walling, Thomas Providence, R. I. 
Commissioner, 1657. Deputy. 

FitzGerald, Desmond, iiS. 
Wallingford, Col. Thomas, 1697- 
1771, Portsmouth, N. H. Rep- 
resentative, 1739, et seq. Capt. 
of the Military Co. of Soraers- 
worth, N. H., 1746. Colonel, 
1747- 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Walter, Rev. Nathaniel, 1711- 
1776. Chaplain, 6th Mass. 
Regt., Louisburg Expedition, 
'744- 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
Walton, Lieut. Jacob, 1703-1747. 
Lieut. Capt. Cornelius Van 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Home's Co., N. Y. Militia, 
1737- 
Bradish, George J., 44. 

Wanton, Gov. Gideon, 1693-1767. 
Governor of R. I., 1745, '47, 
'56. 
Robinson, Edward W., 224. 

Ward, Hon. Andrew, circ. 1597- 
1659. One of the Commission- 
ers appointed by the Mass. Bay 
Colony to govern Conn., March 
3, 1635/6. Magistrate of Conn., 
1636, '37. The Court of 1637 
ordered an offensive war 
against the Pequots. Deputy, 
1638, '39, 'ss-.se, '58. On com- 
mittee to press men for the ex- 
peditions against the Dutch, 
1653, and the Narragansetts, 
1654. 
Hatfield, Abraham, Jr., 55. 

Ward, Col. Edward, 1694-1766. 
Col. in early Colonial Wars, 
North Carolina. Justice of the 
Quorum, Onslow Co., N. C, 
1744. 
Hall, W. Hunt, Jr., 54. 

Ward, Sergt. Nahum, 16S4-1754. 
Sergt. of Scouts, Middlesex 
Co., Mass., 1722. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 

Ward, William, 1597-1687. In gar- 
rison at Marlboroueh, Mass., 
Oct. I, 1675, King Philip's 
War. Deputy from Marlbor- 
ough, 1666. 
Di:c, William F., 150. 
Fulton, William £., 134. 

Ward, Dr. and Ensign WilliaMj 

1675/6. Appointed by the 

Gen. Court of Conn, as Sur- 
geon to accompany Fairfield 
Co. Troops in Expedition 
against the Narragansetts. Lost 
his life in attack on the Indian 
Fort, Great Swamp Fight. 
Hatfield, Abraham, jr., 55. 
McClintock, Emory, 150. 

Ward, Col. William, 16S0-1767, 
Southboro, Mass. Capt. of Ar- 
tillery Co., 1724. Colonel, 1742, 
1748, 1751- 
Holt, Frank W., 212. 

Warfield, Capt. Richard, 



1703/4. Military officer, Anne 
Arundel Co., Md., 1696. 
Duvall, Richard M., 98. 
Warner, Andrew, 1610-1684, Hart- 
ford, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. 
In Troop, Maj. Mason, 1658. 
Tn Hampshire Troop, Capt. 
Pynchon, 1663. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Hubbard, Phineas, 108. 
Wead, Leslie C, 126. 
Warner, Augustine, Sr., 1610- 
1674. Burgess from York Co., 
Va., 1652; Gloucester Co., 1655. 
Council, i659-'74. 
Thomas, John L., 179. 
Warner, Augustine, Jr., 1642- 
1681. Col. commanding Colo- 
nial Forces and receiving sub- 
mission of Bacon the rebel, 
1676. Speaker of the Va. House 
of Burgesses, 167 ^-'77. Mem- 
ber of Council, 1680. 
Thomas, John L., 179. 
Warner, Capt. Benjamin, 1709- 
1765. Lieut., 1754. Capt., 1755. 
McCli.atock, Emory, 151. 
Warner, Benjamin, 1739-1817. 
Soldier at relief of Fort Wil- 
liam Henry. Enlisted, 1758. 
Enlisted Lexington Alarm. 
McClintock, Emory, 151. 
Warner, Ens. Daniel, 1643-1692, 
Hadlev, Mass. Ens. Foot Co., 
1674. ■ 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Hubbard. Phineas, io3. 
Pollock, Edwin T., 203. 

Warner, Capt. Eeenezer, 

1755, Conn. Lieut., 1722. Capt, 
1738. In command of "Grand 
Scout" in 1724. 
McClintock, Emory, 151. 
Warner, John, Sr., 1615-1679, Far- 
mington, Conn. Served in Pe- 
quot War, and received grant 
of land for his services. 
McClintock, Emory, 150. 
Warren, Jacob, 1642-1723, Chelms- 
ford, Mass. iVlember of gar- 
rison in West Regt. in Middle- 
sex. Chelmsford, 1692-3, under 
Lieut. Ephraira Hildreth. 
Warren, John B., 114. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Warren, Joseph, 1629-1689. Mem- 
ber of Council of War, 1675. 
Baker, George F., 147. 
Warren, Joseph, 1745-180S, Graf- 
ton, Mass. In Captain Ebene- 
zer Cox's Company, 1763. 
Heathfield, Herbert D., 107. 
Warren, Richard, 162S. Sign- 
er of Mayflower Compact. In 
"First Encounter" with Indians 
at Great Meadow Creek (East- 
ham), Dec. 8th (O. S.), 1620, 
three days before the landing 
at Plymouth. 
Baker, Alfred L., 169. 
Botsford, Harrv G., 103. 
Peck, Warren, 162. 
Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Warren, Samuel, 1703/4-1775, 
Watertown, Mass. Command- 
ed a Company in the expedi- 
tion for the relief of Fort Wil- 
liam Henry, March 25, 1757. 
Heathfield, Herbert D., 107. 
Washington, Col. John, 1629-1677. 
In House of Buriiesses, Va., 
from Westmoreland Co., 1666, 
1675-1677. Col. of Va. troops, 
Indian War of 1675. 
Washington, William L., 68. 
Waterman, Resolved, 1638-1670. 
Deputy, R. I., 1667. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Waterman, Richard, 1590-1673. 
Deputy, R. I., i655-'56-'58. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 

Waterman, Robert, 1652, 

Marshfield, Mass. Representa- 
tive to Plymouth General Court, 
i643-'50. In Plymouth Militia, 
1643. 
Stearns, Foster W., 125. 

Waters, Lieut. Edward, 1630. 

Lieut, of Va. Militia, i62S-'29. 
Justice of the Quorum of Eliza- 
beth City, Va., 1628. 
Waters, John S. T., 97. 

Waters, William, 16S9. Lieut.- 

Col. in Va. Forces. Burgess for 
Northampton Co. in Assembly, 
1654, •59-'6o. 
Waters, John S. T., 97. 

W.iTSON, Tho>!AS, 1737, Buck's 

Co., Pa. Member of Pa. Prov. 



Assembly from Buck's Co., 
1 704-'! 2. 

Smith, Joshua E., 217. 

Watts, Samuel, Speaker 

of Great and General Court of 
Massachusetts. Member of 

Council of the Colony 1742- 
1763. One of the Peace Com- 
missioners, who met represen- 
tatives of Indian Tribes in 
1752 and satisfied Falmouth 
treatj- of 1749. One of the 
Commissioners in charge of 
prisoners transported to Massa- 
chusetts from Nova Scotia 
(Arcadia). 

Hutchison, Charles E., 148. 
Weare, Nathaniel, 1630-1718. 
Councillor, N. H., 1692, 1698, 
1699-1715. Soldier in King 
Philip's War. In garrison at 
Woodcock's, Tulv 24, 1676. 

Weare, John, i"68.' 
Webster, Edenezer, 1667-1736. 
Private in Capt. Gilman's N. H. 
Co., 17 10. 

Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Webster, Gov. John, 1590-1661. 
Deputy, 1637. Goy.'s Asst., 
i639-'55- Commissioner of the 
United Colonies, from Conn., 
1654. Dep.-Gov., 1655. Gov., 
1656. First Magistrate, 1657- 
'59- 

Coolej', Francis R., 136. 

Eaton, George L., 50. 

Hart, Richard H., 205. 

Holcombe, John M., 136. 

Holden, Edward P., 148. 

Holden, Horace, 148. 

Hunt, Philip B., 190. 

Isham, Norman M., 223. 

Palmer, Henry B., 62. 

We.tfall, John H., 115. 

Weester, Lieut. Robert, 1677, 

Middletown, Conn. Lieut., 
1654. King Philip's War, 1675. 

Hart, Richard H., 205. 

Gesner, Anthon T., 189. 
Weed, Lieut. John, — — 1689, 
Amesbury, Mass. In King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Atwood, Luther, 102. 

Morrell, George C, in. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Welch, Philip, 1638-1700. Soldier 
in King Philip's War, 1675. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Welles, Capt. Samuel, 1625-1675. 
Deputy, i637-'62. Command- 
ed a company, Great Swamp 
Fight. 
Hinchman, Frederick B., 55. 
Root, Cyrus, 144. 
Welles, Gov. Thomas, 1598-1660, 
Vv'ethersfield, Conn. Magis- 
trate, i637-"6o. Asst., i639-'54. 
Second Treas., i639-'5i. Sec, 
1640- '48. Gov. pro tern., 1651. 
Dep.-Gov. 1654, ei seq. Gov., 
i655-'58. Commissioner for the 
United Colonies, 1649, et seq. 
Bronson, Charles F., 132. 
Enos, Alanson T., 76. 
Hart, Richard H., 205. 
Hooker, Thomas W., 135. 
Kellogg, Edwin W., 58. 
Ferry, John P. H., 62. 
Welles, Thomas, i 620-1 676. In 
King Philip's War. 
Enos, Alanson T., Jr., 51. 
Welles, Hon. Thomas, 1627-1668. 
Q. M., 165S. Deputy, 1662. 
Asst., 1668. 
Enos, Alanson T., 76. 
Parker, Charles W., 151. 
Wellington, Corp. Roger, 1609- 
169S, Watertown, Mass. Corp. 
in Watertown Co. 
Wellington, Jonas F., 114. 
Wells (Welles), Ensign Thomas, 
1605-1666. Ensign of the A. & 
H. A. Co., 1644. 
Nichols, Willard A., 202. 
Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 
Went^vorth, Ezekiel, 1651-1711. 
Deputy from Dover, N. H., 
1711. 
Bennett, Larkin E., 116. 
Wentvvorth, Lieut.-Gov. John, 
1671-1730, Portsmouth, N. H. 
Council, 1711. Lieut.-Gov. 
N. H., i7i7-'30. 
Morrell, George C, 112. 
Wentworth, Elder William, 1616- 
1697, Dover, N. H. Saved 
Heard's garrison, 1689. 
Bennett, Larkin E., 116. 
Fall, George H., 106. 



Morrell, George C, iii. 
Wentworth, Capt. William, 1705- 
1767, Kittery, Maine. Served 
under Col. William Pepperrell 
in various expeditions. 
Morrell, George C, 112. 

West, Uartholomevv, 1673/4, 

Shrewsbury, N. J. Deput>- to 
General Assembly of East New 
Jersey, 1667. 
McGrath, John, 1S3. 
■West, Matthew, Newport, R. I. 
Member from Providence to 
the Court of Commissions at 
Portsmouth, R. L, 1655. 
McGrath, John, 183. 
Westcott, Stukely, 1592-1677, 
Providence, R. I. One of the 
Founders of the Providence 
Plantations. Deputy, 1650. Com- 
missioner, 1651, et seq. Gov.'s 

Asst., 1656 . 

Topham, Theophilus, 225. 
Weston, Edmund, Sr., 1605-1685. 
In Capt. Myles Standish's Dux- 
burv Co., 1643. 
Miller, Robert F., 178. 
West^vood, William, i 607-1 669, 
Commissioner appointed by the 
General Court of Mass. to 
govern Conn., 1635. Deputy. 
Coolev, Francis R., 136. 
Hubbard, Phineas, loS. 
Wheeler, Lieut. Jeremiah, 1731- 
i8ii,Rehoboth, Mass. 2d Lieut, 
in Capt. Valentine Wheeler's 
Co., Col. Wm. Bullock's Regt., 
1761. 
Thompson, Royal W., 143. 
Wheeler, Maj. John, 1630-1694. 
Major, Charles Co., Md., 1680- 
'89. 
Garland, Hugh A., 219. 
Wheeler, Col. Philip, 1698-1765, 
Rehoboth, Mass. Capt., 1747. 
Major, 1758. Colonel, 1759. 
Thompson, Royal W., 142. 
Wheeler, Lieut.-Col. Valentine, 
1725-1791. Major in Col. Bow- 
er's Regt. of Militia, Bristol, 
Mass., 1762. Lieut.-Col. under 
Col. William Bullock, 1767. 
Thompson, Royal W., 143. 
Wheelwright, Col. John, 1664- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1745. Garrison House, Wells, 
Me. Under Major John Con- 
verse. Stationed at Fort Mary 
on the Saco. Deputy, Mass., 
1692-1742. Member of Council, 
i7o8-'33. Indian Commissioner, 
I7i4-'4i. 

Clark, Alexander B., 147. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Wheelwright, Lieut. S.^muel, 
I635-I7CX3. Lieut., 1665, Mass. 
Bay Col. Militia. Gov.'s Asst., 
i695-'99. 

Runk, Louis B., 89. 
Whipple, John, 1596-1669, Ipswich, 
Mass. Deputy, 1640, e! seq. 

Holbrook, Levi, 119. 
Whipple, C.^pt. Johx, 1617-1685. 
In King Philip's War under 
Capt. Roger N^'illiams; com- 
manded an expedition into the 
Indian country. One of de- 
fenders of Providence when it 
was attacked by Indians. Dep- 
uty, 1666, ct seq. 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Wood, Eric F., 69, 
Whipple, Capt. John, 1626-1683, 
Ipswich, Mass. Cornet in Capt. 
John Appleton's Troop, 1668. 
Lieut, in Capt. Nicholas Paige's 
Co., Mount Hope Campaign, 
King Philip's War, 1675. Capt., 
Ipswich Troop, 1676. Marched 
against Indians, Marlborough, 
1676. Engagements, Quabog 
and Salisbury, 1677. Deputy, 
1674, et seq. 

Whitmore, Franklin G., 135. 
Whitcomb, Josiah, 1638-1718, Lan- 
caster, Mass. Deputy, 1710. 
Commanded garrison there, 
1711. 

Wood, Eric F., 70. 

Wood, William B., 71. 
White, Lieut. Daniel, 1639-1713. 
Lieut., Hatfield, Mass., Co., 
1692. 

Cox, John L., 91. 
White, Capt. Joseph, cire. 1635- 
1706, Mendon, Mass. Sergt. 
in command of scouts in King 
Philip's War. Sergt., i68i-'88. 
Capt., 1689. 



Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
White, Sergt. Joseph, 1662-1757, 
Mendon, Mass. Sergt., 1716. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
White, Capt. N.athaniel, 1629- 
1711, Middletowr., Conn. Dep- 
uty, 1659, 1661-1710. Lieut., 
1679. In King Philip's War. 
Capt., 1690 and 1699. 
White, William R., 126. 
White, Capt. Peregri.ve, 1620-1704. 
Capt. of Mass Troops. Plym- 
outh Council of War, 1675. 
*Brown, Frederic T., 44. 
White, Resolved, 1614-1690, Plym- 
outh, Mass. In Scituate Co., 
1643. 
White, Edwin, 191. 
White, Captain Thomas, 1599- 
1679, Weymouth, Mass. Cap- 
tain of the Weymouth Military 
Company, 1635. Deputy, 1637, 
'40, '57. '70, '71. 
Daniels, Edwin A., 105. 
Daniels, Richard H., io;. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., lio. 
Whiting, Rev. John, 1635-1689. 
Chaplain. Hartford Forces, 
King Philip's War. 
Trowbridge, Rutherford, 135. 

Whiting, Major William, 

1647. Deputy to General Court, 
1637. Asst. and Treasurer, 
Conn., i64i-'47. Maj. in Col- 
onial Forces. 
Dwight, Frederick, 75. 
Slauson, John W., 65. 
Sparrow, Jackson W., 1S3. 
Trowbridge, Rutherford, 135. 
Watson, Charles P., 80. 
Whitman, Ensign John, 1603-1692, 
Weymouth, Mass. Ensign of 
Foot Co. Led the Weymouth 
men in the march against Nini- 
gret, 1654. 
Benjamin, Samuel G. W., 161. 
Snow, John L., 66. 
Whitmore, Sergt. Francis, 1625- 
1685, Cambridge, Mass. In 
Maj. Simon Willard's Com- 
mand, King Philip's \\'ar, 1676. 
Whitmore, Franklin G., 135. 
Whitte.vicre, Captain Joseph, 

* Deceased. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1667-1746, Charlestown, Mass. 
Captain of the Charlestown 

Military Company, . 

Lunt, William W., 121. 

Whitticker, William, 1685 , 

Haverhill, Mass. Snow-shoe 
man under Col. Saltonstall, 
1 7 10. 
Atwood, Luther, 102. 

Whittlesey. Rev. S.amuel, 16S6- 
1752. Chaplain of Conn, forces 
in Expedition against Port 
Royal, 1710. 
Wright, Harrison B., 90. 

WiCKES, Maj. Joseph, 1620-1692, 
Kent Co., Md. Member Mary- 
land General Assembly, 1654- 
57. Burgess for Kent Co., 1659- 
'60; for Talbot Co., i669-'76; 
and again for Kent Co., 1678- 
'84. Capt., 1655, and Major, 
1678, Kent Co. Militia. Justice 
and County Commissioner, 
1651-S3, and Presiding Justice 
from 1675, Kent Co. 
Merritt, Robert G., 61 and 96. 

WiGGiN, Gov. Thomas, 1667. 

Go*-, l^pper Plantations, N. H., 
under Lord Save and Sele and 
Lord Brooke, i63i-'36. Deputy, 
Mass. Bay Colony, 1645, Hamp- 
ton, N. H. Gov.'s Asst. 1654- 
'60. 
Wiggin, Arthur M., 115. 

WiLGOX, (Wilco.x30n), Samuel, 

1713, Simsbury, Conn. 

Deputy, i688-'S9, 94,-1701, '10- 

Holcombe, John M., 137. 
Wilde, John, :6iS-i705. In Pequot 
War. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Sarauel H., 57. 
Winant, Frederick, So. 

Wilde, Rich.-rd, 169S . In 

Capt. Jonathan Wright's Co., 
of Flusliing, L. I. 
Winant, Frederick, 81. 
Wilde, Corp. Thomas, 1718-1776, 
White Plains, N. Y. Corp. in 
Capt. Isaac Corsa's Co. 
Winant, Frederick, 81. 
Wilder, Lieut. Nathaniel, 1650- 
1704, Charlestown and Lan- 



caster, Mass. Lieut, at Charles- 
town, 1704, Killed by Indians. 

M'ood, Eric F., 69. 

Wood, William B., 71. 

WiLKiysnN, Lawrence, 1692. 

Deputy, R. I., 1667, '73. 

Weld, George F., 126. 
WiLLA.RD, Henry, 1655-1701, Lan- 
caster, Mass. Was with his 
father (Major Simon Willard) 
at the relief of Brookfield, 
Mass., in 1675. Commanded 
the Garrison at Still River 
(Lancaster), in 1692. 

Howe, Edward W., 119. 
WiLLARD, Major Simon, 1605-1676, 
Concord a.id Groton, Mass. 
Deputy, i636-'54. Gov.'s Asst., 
1654-1676. Commander-in-chief 
of the Expedition against Nini- 
gret, 1655. Battle of Brookfield. 
Commanded the Middlesex, 
Mass., Regt. in King Philip's 
Vi'ar. 

Enos, Alanson T., 76. 

Hodgdon, Alexander L., 96. 

Lea, James H., 120. 

Manning. Frank O., 60. 

Meigs, Henry B., 162. 

Wilcox, Reynold W., So. 
Willett, Capt. Thomas, 1610-1674. 
Capt., Plymouth Col. Militia, 
1648. Council of War, 1653. 
General Council, 1672. First 
English Mayor New York, 
1665. Served on Expedition 
which captured New York 
from the Dutch, 1664. 

Bicknell, George A., 43. 

Smith, Thomas K., 90. 
Willett, Col. Thomas, 1645-1722. 
Commander, Queen's Co. Mili- 
tia, 1683-16S9. Member of Gov- 
ernor's'Council, Prov. of N. Y., 
i690-'98. 

EUiman, Lawrence B., 51. 

Rotch, William, 113. 
Williams, Capt. Isaac, 163S-1707. 
Lieut., Cambridge Foot Co., 
1677. Capt., 1C92. Deputy from 
Newton to Mass. General Court, 
1692, '95, '97, 1699-1702. 

Williams, Harrison, 68. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Williams, Richard^ 1599 . 

Representative, i646-'4S, '50. 
Wood, Eric F., 69. 
Williams, Richard, 1606-1693, 
Taunton, Mass. Deputy, 1646, 
et seq. 
Mar.ley, Samuel C, 230. 
Williams, Robert, 1608-1693, Rox- 
bury, Mass. A. k H. A. Co., 
1644. 
Harris, Williams C, 212. 
Kulp, John S., 202. 
Williams, Gov. Roger, 1599-1683. 
Capt., Providence, R. I., King 
Philip's War. Gov., i654-'56. 
Asst., 1647, et seq. Depurv, 
1667. 
Brovtn, Paul, 170. 
Chapman, Edwin N., 46. 
Cooke, Thomas F., 197. 
Dennis, John R., 222. 
Kirk, Edwin, 141. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Pratt, Alexander D. B., 78. 
Prince, Charles J., Ii2. 
Sprague, George E., 113. 
Taft, Orray, 224. 
Williamson, Duncan (Derck). 
Soldier in New Netherlands 
against the Indians at Esopus, 
N. Y., 1660. 
Williamson, Thomas W., 97. 
Willmarth, Ens. Thomas, 1665- 
1690. Ens. Rehoboth, Mass., 
Militia. Council of War. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Wilson, Benjamin, 1653-1694. 
Soldier* in Capt. Isaac John- 
son's Roxbury Co., King Phil- 
ip's War, 1675. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 
Wilson, Rev. John, circ. 1583-1667, 
Boston, NIass. Pastor of First 
Church, 1630. Military Chap- 
lain in Pequot War under 
Capt. Israel Stoughton, 1637. 
Hoppin, Hamilton L., 56. 
Hoppin, Samuel H., 56. 
Spencer, Selden, 179. 

Wilson, Serct. John, 1687, 

Woburn, Mass. In King Phil- 
lip's War, under Capt. Samuel 
Moseley, at Mount Hope, 1675; 
under Capt. Richard Beers, 



i675-'76; under Capt. Samuel 
Brocklcbank and Capt. John 
Cutler, 1676. Sergt. 
Walton, Charles S., 203. 
Wilson, Dr. John, 1660-1724, 
Braintree, Mass. Deputy, 169S. 
Spencer, Selden, 179. 
Wilson, Joseph, 1717-1775. Private, 
Conn. Troops, 1755, '56, '6i. 
Monnette, Orra E., 200. 

Wilton, Lieut. David, 1678, 

Windsor, Conn, and Northamp- 
ton, Mass. Ensign, Windsor 
Troops, March, 1657/8. Dep- 
uty to Conn. General Court, 
i650-'56. Ensign, Northampton, 
Mass., i66i. Lieut., Hampshire 
Troop, 1663/4. Deputy to Mass. 
General Court, 1665. Member 
of the Council of War, Hamp- 
shire County, King Philip's 
War. 
•Young, William H., 81. 

WiNNE, PlETER, 1696. ToWQ 

Major in Militia, Albany, N.Y., 
1689. Commissioner to treat 
with Indians, 1690. .Magistrate, 
1650. 
Lawton, Daniel L., 60. 
WiNSHip, Lieut. Edward, 1613- 
1688, Cambridge, Mass. A. & 
H. A. Co., 1638. Ens., 1647. 
Lieut., 1660. Deputy, 1663, et. 
seq. 
Wellington, Jonas F., 114. 
WlNSLEY, Samuel, 1663, Salis- 
bury, Mass. Deputy, 1642, et 
seq. Commissioner, 1652. 
Atwood, Luther, 102. 
Morrell, George C, in. 
WiNSLOvv, Gov. Edward. Came to 
Plymouth in the Mayflou-er. 
Governor of Plymouth Colony, 
1633, '36, '44- 
Bassett, Charles F., 74. 
Winslow, Col. Edward, 1669-1753, 
Boston. A. & H. A. Co., 1700. 
Sergt., 1702. Lieut., 1711. Capt. 
i7i4-'29. Maj. of Boston Regt., 
1729. Col., 1733. 
Winslow, .Arthur, 115. 
Winslow, Major Edward, 1680- 
1760, Rochester, Mass. Capt. 
'Deceased. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



of Militia, 1724. Major of 
County Militia. 

McGrath, John, 183. 
WiNSLOW, Lieut. Job, 1641-1730, 
Freetown, Mass. In Fight at 
Swansea, 1675. Deputy, 1692. 

Gardner, John C. F., 53. 

Morrell, George C, 112. 
WiNSLOW, JosiAH, 1 605-1 674, Marsh- 
field, Mass. Deputy, 1643, et 
seq. 

Baker, Alfred L., 169. 

Brewer, Arthur H., 136. 

Kent, Daniel, 119. 

Parker, Calvin D., 210. 

Sprague, Frank W., 125. 
WiNSLOW, Kenelm, 1599-1672, 
Marshfield, Mass. Member of 
the Marshfield Military Co., 

1643. Representative, i643-'44, 
i649-'53- 

Morrell, George C, in. 

Winston, Stephen, 1733 . 

Private in the Company of 
Capt. Eldad Lewis of South- 
ington, Conn., Campaign of 
1760. 
Miller, Robert F., 17S. 

Winston, Lieut. William, 1707- 
1799. Hanover, Va., Troops, 
French and Indian Wars, 
i735-'9o. 
Hendrick, Calvin W., 96. 

WiNTHROP, Gov. John, i 587-1649. 
First Gov. of Mass. Bay Col- 
ony, 1629, ef seq. Asst., 1635 
and 1641. Dep.-Gov., 1636 and 

1644. Commissioner for United 
Colonies, 1643 and 1645. Co!., 
Suffolk Regt., 1636. 

Nichols, Willard A., 202. 
Seaburv, William M., 65. 
Smith, William D. G., 157. 
WiNTHROP, Gov. John, 1606-1676. 
Gov. Conn., i657-'76- Lieut.- 
Col. Essex Regt., 1636. 
Seabury, William M., 65. 
WiswALL, Capt. Noah, ist, 1638- 
1690, Newton, Mass. Marched 
to relief of Casco, now Port- 
land, Me., 1690. Killed at 
Wheelwright's Pond. 
Cadle, Cornelius, 175. 
Withington, Capt. John, 1649- 



1690. Dorchester Co. Phips' 
Expedition, lost at sea. 

Swan, Reuben S., 125. 
WoDELL, WiLLlA.M, 1693. Spec- 
ial Councillor, Col. of R. I., 
King Philip's War. Deputy 
from Portsmouth, R. I., 1664, 
et seq. Commissioner for Ports- 
mouth, 1656, 1663. 

Lawton, Daniel L., 60. 

Stone, Charles F., Jr., 66. 
Woertman, Ensign Tunis Dirckse. 
Soldier in Albany Expedition, 
1690. Ensign in Capt. Francis 
Titus' Co., kings County Mili- 
tia, 1715. 

Lane, Francis T. L., 77. 
Wolcott, Gov. Henry, 1578-1655. 
Deputy, 1639. Magistrate to 
Asst. Gov., i643-'55. 

Sparrow, Jackson 'W., 183. 
Wolcott, Kenrv, Jr., 1610-1680. 
Representative, i655-'56-'6i. 
Gov.'s Asst., 1662. Council of 
War, i675-'76. 

Sparrow, Jackson W., 1S3. 
Wolcott, Gov. Roger, 1679-1767, 
Windsor, Conn. Deputy, 1709. 
Commissary, Expedition of 1711. 
Councillor, 1714. Dep.-Gov., 
1741. Commander of Conn. 
Forces, Expedition to Cape 
Breton, 1745; Maj.-Gen. Gov., 
1750. 

Kinzie, Julian M., 198. 
Wood, John, 1656-1735. Rowley, 
Mass. In King Philip's War. 

Dutton, Lei and T., 50. 
Wood, Jonathan, 1651-1676, Sher- 
born, Mass. In King Philip's 
War. Killed during Indian 
attack on Medfield, 1676. 

Stone, William E., 125. 
Wood, Thomas, 1635-16S7, Rowley, 
Mass. In King Philip's War. 

Dutton, Leland T., 49. 

Pearson, Arthur E., 122. 

Pearson, William H., 123. 
WOODBRIDGE, ReV. JOHN, 1613-1695. 

A. & H. A. Co., 1644. Gov.'s 
Asst., Mass. Bav Col., i6S3-'84. 
Treat, James W., 179. 
Woodbury, John, 15S0-1641, Con- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



stable at Salem, 1630. Dept., 
i635-'37-'38-'39. Selectman. 
Lord, Charles E., 121. 
Woodbury, William, 1589-1677. 
Served as pilot under Capt. 
Lathrop in the Port Royal Ex- 
pedition, 1654. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 
Woodman, Lieut. Edw.ard, i6iz 

. Lieut., 1637. In Pequot 

War. Deputy, 1636, et seq., 
Mass. Bay Col. 
Goodrich, Hazen B., 106. 
WooDMAK, Capt. John, 1630-1706, 
Oyster River, N. H. Capt. of 
Woodman's Garrison before 
1690. 
Aldrich, Talbot B., 102. 
Woodruff, Lieut. David, 1699-1767, 
Southington, Conn. Ensign, 
1742. Lieut., 17-13. 
Woodruff, Frederick O., 115. 
Woodruff (Wordrof), Ensign 
John, 1637-1691. Ensign of 
Militia at Elizabethtown, N. J., 
Sept. 14, 1673. Appointed High 
Sheriff, Essex Co., N. J., 1684. 
Haines, John P., 54. 
Woodruff, Capt. Nathaniel, 1687- 
1758. Ens., 1733- Lieut., 1736- 
Capt., 1738, 1st Co. Foot, Little- 
field, Conn., Regt. 
Woodruff, Thomas A., 168. 

Woods, Sergt. John, 1678. 

Sergt. of a Marlborough gar- 
rison house, 1675. 
Fulton, William E., 134. 

Woods, Samuel, 1718, Groton, 

Mass. In garrison, 1692. 
Litchfield, Wilford J., no. 
Woodward (Woodwoxth), Ben- 
jamin. Killed in King Philip's 
War. 
Cann, John W., 45. 
Woodward, Quartermaster Henry, 

16S5, Dorchester and 

Northampton, Mass. Quarter- 
master of the Hampshire 
Troop, 1663. 
Westfall, John H., 115. 
Woolsey, Joris, "George," 1610- 
1698. Cadet Burgher Corps. 
Delafield, John R., 48. 
Wooster, Sergt. Edward, 1622-1689. 



First settler of Derby, Conn., 
1651. Constable, 1669. Sergt. 
of Derby Train Band, 16S1. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 202. 
Wright, Lieut. Abel, 1631-1725. 
In Indian Wars. Deputy, Mass. 
Bay Colony, 1695. 

Geer, Walter, 53. 

Wright, Capt. Jonathan, 

1743. Capt. of Regt. from 
Flushing, L. L, 1715. 

Winant, Frederick, 80. 
Wright, Sergt. Sa.\iuel, 1630-1675. 
Sergt., Ki.ig Philip's War. 
Killed at Northampton, Mass. 

Westfall, Joh.T H., 115. 
Wright, Thomas, 1610-circ. 1670. 
Member of the Mass. Court of 
Assistants before tlie Colonial 
Government was established at 
Boston. 

Fulton, William E., 134. 

Wright, Thomas, 1705. Signer 

of the Concessions. Member 
of Assembly of N. J., 1682. 

Keim, George de B., 14S. 
Wyllys, Gov. George, 1602-1645, 
Hartford, Conn. Trooper in 
Pequot War. Gov.'s Asst., 1639. 
Gov., i64i-'42. 

Fahnestock, James F., Jr., 87. 

Treat, James W., 179. 
Wy.man, Francis, 1617-1699. Un- 
der Capt. Thomas Prentice, 
Mount Hope Campaign, 1675- 
'76. 

Richardson, William S., 112. 
Wyman,Col. Isaac. At Fort Massa- 
chusetts and in French and In- 
dian War, I747-'4S and 1760. 
Lieut., 1754. Capt., 1755. Com- 
manded Fort NIassachusetts, 
1756. Representative, N. H., 
1773- 

Rainforlh, Selden I., 64. 
Wyman, Lieut. John, 1621-1684, 
Charlestown and Woburn, 
Mass., 1640. Cornet in Capt. 
Thomas Preritiss' Troop,. 
Mount Hope Campaign, 1675; 
Lieut. Narraganselt Fight. 

Ludington, Elliot K., 177. 
Wy-vian, Capt. Seth, Sr., 1665- 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



171 5, Woburn, Mass. Lieut. 
Woburn Militia, lyos-'ia. 
Cap't., ijiz-'is. 
Ludington, Elliot K., 178. 

Wyman, Seth, 1717-1808. Corp. 
in Troop of Horse, 3rd Regt. 
of Militia, Middlesex and 
Worcester Counties, Mass., 
under command of Capt. Ben- 
jamin Eager, 1757. Corp. in 
the Co. of Lieut. Stephen May- 
nard for relief of Fort Will- 
iam Henry, 1757. 
Ludington, Elliot K., 178. 

Wyngaert, Lieut. Garret. Lieut, 
in Capt. Wessel Ten Broeck's 
Co., Albany County Militia, 



1709-1711, in defense of the 

frontiers. 
Catlin, George de G., 46. 
Wynne, Dr. Thomas, 1630-1692. 

First Provincial Assembly, Pa., 

i682-'83,'SS. Speaker, i682-'83. 
Steinmetz, Spencer J., 114. 
Williams, David E., 90. 
VVilliams, Reed A., Jr., 90. 

Yarnall, Francis, 1721. Mem- 
ber General Assembly from 
Chester Countv, Pa., 1711. 
Albert, William's., 140. 
Young, Samuel. Member of Md. 
Assembly, 1700. Member of 
Governor's Council, 1722. 
Brice, Philip H., 91.